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Title: Offering Singular Perspectives. "Laughing Wild" by Christopher Durang and "The Getaway Bus" by Ingle Knight. Bakehouse Theatre [review]
Authors: Bramwell, Murray Ross
Keywords: Theatre review
Bakehouse Theatre
Issue Date: Sep-2004
Publisher: Adelaide Review
Citation: Bramwell, Murray 2004. Offering Singular Perspectives. Review of "Laughing Wild" by Christopher Durang and "The Getaway Bus" by Ingle Knight. 'The Adelaide Review', September, no.253, 25.
Abstract: After a late scratching from Series Three of Bakehouse Theatre’s "Festival of One", comes the welcome addition of "Laughing Wild", a thirty minute monologue from American writer Christopher Durang. Taking its title from Samuel Beckett - “Laughing wild amidst severest woe” - it features an unnamed young woman who is repeatedly colliding with the world. "The Getaway Bus", written and performed by Ingle Knight, is located in Perth - on the loop from Mirabooka to Mundaring Weir, to be precise. Thomas Carew is a gormless young Englishman fresh off the migrant boat and lost in Ockerland. A chance meeting on the bus with Moffy, a Welsh refugee with vaulting ambitions as an actress has Thomas drawn into an amateur theatrical presided over by Frank, a tyrant for Thespis and, of course, conman to boot.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/219
ISSN: 0815-5992
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