Theatre Reflects Society, Questions Society, Asks Society to Question Itself
The theatrical styles and conventions used in particular Australian plays reflect significant issues in Australian society in which they were created. In the two plays, Gary's House and The Seven Stages of Grieving (Seven Stages) the playwrights have used certain devices and forms such as symbolism and ritual, multi-media, sound and. The plays explore family values, depression and survival in the modern Australian society.
Seven Stages composed by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailmen started back in 1993. The Seven Stages takes us on a journey with an optimistic ending. …
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