The play is divided into thirty-six short scenes, of which sixteen are monologues to unattributed audiences - it will be for the actors and director to decide to whom these monologues are addressed.


The timeline is deliberately fragmented in order to play with the whole idea of actions and their consequences.


The play uses a wide range of language registers, together with a number of different conventions such as dual-dialogue.


The importance of the soundscapes between the individual scenes is also fundamental to the delivery of this play in that they create the context within which the words begin to play.

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