Exit Dark Stage Left
This book holds a very interesting group of plays. Aunt Ethel's Death Notice takes us through the dirty event of dividing up personal items of a departed loved one. Doped Up Deal provides an insight of the not so glamorous life of cash-strapped everyday city folk and the not so friendly drug dealer who won't take no for an answer. Then, it's Happy Birthday, Christmas Bernii; a thirteen-year old girl with a macabre sense of humour. Separating The Dust is a glimpse into the world of two brothers; the gloves are off after the last mourners have departed their mother's funeral service; one fights for his lion's share of the Will and the other fights for his life. Spring is a season of new beginnings but Mrs Wentworth-Brewster feels it's time to spring-clean the tenants of her rooms at her lady's only boarding house. Richly dark and humourous, extreme in its social commentary of the human psyche, this collection of one-act plays will have the audience on the edge of their seats right from page one.
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Happy Birthday Christmas Bernii
Doped Up Deal
Aunt Ethels Death Notice
Separating The Dust
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alright ANTHEA anymore arse Aunt Ethel Aunty Janice bastard BERNADETTE birthday Brealey BRIAN bull C’mon can’t Carlton South CHAD Charles Dickens Christmas Bernii Christmas tree coffee collection of one-act cousin crap DAPHNE Dark Stage Left Darren David Copperfield dead didn’t don’t want drug Ethel Lane everything Exit Dark Stage Fiona funny girl give Hairdresser happy he’s hell Hello honey I’ve JANNICE JENNY KAREN kids kill listen little brother Lodging of Carlton look machete MARCUS Marjorie Maroondah Secondary College Melbourne Cup Melbourne Fringe Festival MICAHEL MICHAEL mother Mum’s never newspaper Nursing Home guy one-act plays Pause pick problem RAELENE She’s shit sorry Spring stop stuff stupid sure SUSAN tell Theatre There’s thing Uncle Chris Uncle Theo upset What’s whipping tree won’t would’ve Yeah You’re