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Ruby Moon and Stolen Essay - Drama & Theatre

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This essay examines how the two plays 'Stolen' and 'Ruby Moon' challenge the conventional styles of Australian theatre.

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Jane Harrison’s Stolen and Matt Cameron’s Ruby Moon are two plays that challenge the conventions and styles of traditional theatre. Both playwrights use the characters social and personal concerns to engage the audience, using unconventional styles of theatre to help them understand. The play Stolen by Jane Harrison tells the stories of five different Aboriginal children forcibly removed from their families and affected by the assimilation policy that took place during the 20th century. The characters they portray are the archetypes for the wider Aboriginal community, including their stories. Harrison addresses issues of abuse, including physical, sexual and mental;...
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