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Ruby Moon and Stolen Quotes Annotations - Contemporary Australian Theatre

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These study notes have examined innumberable quotes within the two plays and have sought to disect each of their meanings.

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Labor Human Interest Social Issues Entertainment Computing Australia Software engineering Stolen Generations Indigenous Australian culture Stolen Ruby Kiss
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Labor Human Interest Social Issues Entertainment Computing Australia Software engineering Stolen Generations Indigenous Australian culture Stolen Ruby Kiss
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Concerns: o Abuse: Welfare of children/safety o Grief: When is the right time to stop the grieving process o Child abduction: Safety/overprotective/cyber space. o Suburban paranoia: trust/mistrust/suspicion o Interrelationships: Stolen- Solidarity between Indigenous, opposite with White people. Ruby Moon: The breaking down of relationships. o Insanity/mental health: Taboo and stigma. o Loss of Innocence: Sexual abuse/assault/connotations, Childhood discovery of adulthood. Engage audiences Stolen Ruby Moon Brecht – Epic theatre (to alienate) Absurdism - Episodic - Dialogue - Vignette scenes - Structure (ending) (Ambiguous ending) - Breaking of the 4th Wall - Projection Tr...
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