Tragedy: A Tragedy
The sun has set over streets of houses, government buildings and American backyards everywhere. The world is dark. A news team is on the scene. Their report: someone left the lawn sprinklers on; someone's horse is loose; a seashell is lying in the grass; dogs run by. The Governor issues excited statements appealing for calm. It is night-time in the world. Everyone's afraid. Everyone doesn't know if the sun, once down, will ever rise again. But there is a witness, and the witness will speak.
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ADVISOR He enters animals anymore background the dogs born breathe Brief pause ceramic rabbit Cimmerian Constance is standing crepuscular dark dry and golden earphone everything exits eyes father feel felt FIELD Frank FIELD Interrupting fucking Gate Theatre glass of milk Go ahead golden wheat field Governor happen hear heard heart Heartworm HOME Frank HOME I'm sorry HOME Interrupting hope horse human pyramid Jack Bradley Jesus John's lawn LEGAL ADVISOR Interrupting LEGAL ADVISOR Michael live look nice night nose is bleeding perhaps quiet raincoat Royal National Theatre second camera shirt sick someone somewhere sound sprinklers staring started static stay story stuck STUDIO Constance STUDIO Interrupting STUDIO It seemed STUDIO John STUDIO Michael STUDIO Okay STUDIO Sit STUDIO Thank STUDIO Yes Sweet Dreams Systole talk this week Tara Hull television There's things thought tonight walk whispering wild WITNESS wonder