It was a normal day for the man and the woman of the house. Most days just rolled into each other, filled up with small talk and reminiscences about the past. The man no longer went to the office and nowadays kept away from the outside world.
Trouble was, the outside world and the people who once meant something were about to come calling.
"The Final Stage" makes a significant, even historical contribution to our understanding of theatre form in the deepest sense." - Adrian Rawlins, Critic &. Poet, 1992
- Comedy, Drama, Aburdist.
- 85 minutes
- 1 female, 5 male
- young adult, adult
- Australian Script Centre