By Arthur Miller
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There wasn’t even any room to consider the female, because the men were so fucked up. You spent the whole play trying to figure out what these men were about, who had no idea themselves. But then, when the women characters began to emerge, then something began to make more sense for the men, too”. Shepard’s women refuse to disappear now. In fact, it is quite the contrary in Far North, where instead the men have all “disappeared”, leaving a world of women with unloaded shotguns and uneaten mountains of biscuits, wild horses, and sepia-toned photos of lovely young mothers waving goodbye.
I’m talking about temporary”. What you do when you watch a Shepard work is explore how strangely and how suggestively this time plays. This time and this space, moreover, know no boundaries but their own, even and especially when such artificially induced images fade into the blankness of no-time before the house lights go up. HURRY UP PLEASE ITS TIME (Eliot, 1969:65–66). ” Works Cited Ayckbourn, Alan. How the Other Half Loves. London: Evans Plays, 1971. — Three Plays. London: Chatto and Windus, 1977.
During the opening assault of the drums, the Colonel is visible dancing in the wings. He wears a coat which resembles the shaman costume as described in the literature but which also features the requisite references to the uniform of the eternal soldier. 10 The Colonel then proceeds to check the experimental set-up, the rehearsal set, in other words, his battlefield. He establishes or reconstructs the daily situation. His acting assistant or actorcolleague Stubbs is lurking for his cue. He is the actor without text, without a biography, without instructions, left alone with the wheelchair and a huge scar as his only props, an actor who has to invent his character from scratch and without any ground to stand on.
Broken Glass by Arthur Miller