Blood Bath

This 1997 play enjoys a peculiar setting – a bath upstage, with a toilet on one side and a bidet on the other. Downstage there is a large map drawn on the floor…Australia if the production is set in Australia. There are three female characters, all ‘hoofers’ (chorus line singers and dancers): Ularu, Smiley, and Sheila. They are beggars, and accordingly there is a begging bowl within the map. The sing, dance, beg, quarrel, with negligible reward. The work ends in a strange sacrifice.

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