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Ruby Moon Dramatic Techniques - Contemporary Australian Theatre

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Ruby Moon Dramatic Techniques - Contemporary Australian Theatre
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Entertainment Computing Computer programming Software engineering Ruby Max and Ruby Grief
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Just like that first night.” Episodic: a series of short, self-contained scenes, aach neighbor implicates next, propelling the story “I saw Sonny Jim crouch over the hole with a wrapped bundle…” Cyclical: comes around in a full circle “Don’t let it end like that Ray Setting “A timeless, placeless world” = any suburban house Nondescript furniture and props Furniture looks old = “evoking dust-covered memory” Character Ray: contains secrets which run contrary to the audience’s initial perceptions of a good provider, father and husband- gradually alluded to as a more flawed human “Oh, I’m not going to stop. But I want you to tell me to.” Sylvie: portrayed as unstable, paranoid, mentally incapable of overcoming grief “I’m always in a state!” Veronica Vale: vixen, jealous of Ruby’s innocence, ...
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