Ragdoll is a modern musical fantasy with a subtle environmental message. The action begins on a bridge over a concrete storm-water drain, in a large Australian city. There is plenty of humour, colour and action. An amateur video tape of one of the performances is available on loan. The music is supplied as a melody line with a backing tape on which the music is performed by computer, synthesiser and electric guitar. If preferred, chords can be supplied for a musical director to arrange own accompaniment. Cast number is 9 plus chorus and dancers.

  • musical
  • 120
  • 9 total
  • 5 female identifying, 4 male identifying
  • 16 to 18, 18+
  • adult, all ages, children
  • Australian Script Centre


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