Grey stands onstage, in their hands is a teddy bear. The system that was full of ones and zeros and dead-end jobs doesn't seem so bad in the face of the new-world nightmare. They realise sometimes humanity isn't something that can be lost for good, sometimes it's just shattered into tiny shards, and we're left to cut our hands open trying to pick up the pieces. Sometimes family feels better when it's sliding down your throat. Grey talks to a teddy bear... And sometimes, the bear talks back.

  • poetic naturalism
  • 15
  • 1 total
  • 1 female identifying
  • 18+
  • adult
  • Australian Script Centre


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