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A child is ridiculed and bullied at school. The management department of the school, however, claimed that it is all because of his backpack, a bright pink backpack full of little ponies from his favourite TV series. Synopsis A child is ridiculed and bullied at school. The management department of the school, however, claimed that it is all because of his backpack, a bright pink backpack full of little ponies from his favourite TV series. Despite his parents efforts to help him coping with the situation he is faced with, the bullying is merely growing more serious. A debate about “education” broke out between his parents, whose concepts on education diverge greatly from one another’s. Both of them stick to their own opinions, accusing and attempting to persuade each other. Thier arguments are, in essence, a process in which two adults in a marriage try to "educate" each other. The child never really appears on the stage. And the conversation between the parents is rather “empty” because of the child’s absence. Such a dispute which seems to be “for the sake of their children” turns into a war between the couple. The child is the weapon while words are the bombs dropped from behind the shields. Finally, the kid becomes more and more eccentric and autistic, and the distance between the husband and wife grows into an unbridgeable gap. Spanish playwright Paco Bezerra’s work, “The Little Pony”, is a script based on real events that took place in North Carolina in the United States in 2014. In seemingly casual conversations, the author intentionally added some unrealistic depiction of the space. As the communication between parents breaks down, the boundaries of the room also dissolves and expands. “The real world we face is a projection of our soul” - this line of a character in the play is a quote from a book. Similarly, the stage is a portrayal of the inner state of the characters. The child, fading away in the play, tries to find his own way out alone. Playwright
A dark story about memory, isolation and decay. From internationally acclaimed, multi award winning creators Finucane & Smith comes the haunting and electrifying work, The Flood. Part mystery, part thriller, part whodunit, part psychological drama; The Flood has been hailed as “masterful... An Australia Gothic that defines the genre”. Premiering in 2009 at Melbourne’s iconic intimate La Mama Theatre, The Flood toured Australia in 2014 for 4 months, and in 2016/2017 will be translated and produced internationally, by some of Latin America’s most exciting contemporary theatre creators. The Flood is Patrick White Playwright Award Winner Jackie’s second full length play. It was written over a 4-year period in between a back to back international touring schedule that saw Smith take her work The Glory Box to 300,000 people around the world, and create new works for major festivals, galleries, theatres and cabarets from Sweden to Tokyo to London to Ljubljana. Written in the snow in Paris, and the heat of Hong Kong, The Flood evokes a world far away from these metropolises, a run-down property in rural NSW, battered by drought and struggle, now threatened by the hundred-year flood.
I would prefer not to About How do you get along with someone when they don’t play by the rules you know? If you are by no means able to figure out why they act like that, will you ever start to question your own behavior? In 1853, American writer Herman Melville created characters with such a weird yet realistic relationship in his novel ‘Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street’.