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Girl in Tan Boots by Tahli Corin

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THEMES: Missing Persons, Love, Loneliness

CHARACTER AGES: Late 20s to Mid 50s

LENGTH: 1.5 Hours
Playlab Indie
Cast Size
CAST SIZE: 3 - 4 Cast Members
Target Audience
   PLAYWRIGHT: Tahli Corin
$ 9.95
Name: Girl in tan boots
File Size: 1.61MB
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File Type: pdf
File Path: stories/virtuemart/product/girl in tan boots2.pdf

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Girl in Tan Boots
(Girl in Tan Boots was first performed at SBW Stables, Griffin Theatre Company, Darlinhurst on March 27, 2013)

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Hannah is 32, single and slightly overweight. Hannah has eczema and lives alone with a cat named Cupid. Hannah reads the love messages in the computer magazine religiously, hoping one day, one day, there will be one just for her.

But when Hannah goes missing while waiting for a mystery man at a Sydney train station, her friends and family are left to question whether their actions played a part.

Meanwhile, the investigating detective is discovering just how easy it is to disappear when no one is looking for you. 

Girl in Tan Boots is a delicate and funny play about love, loneliness and the struggle to stay visible in a big, busy city.

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"Griffin Theatre's latest production, Girl In Tan Boots, could be a clichéd crime story but comes out as a hilarious yet poignant look at loneliness in Sydney." - Time Out, Julian Ramundi 2013

"Girl in Tan Boots is a delicate and funny play about love, loneliness and the struggle to stay visible in a big, busy city." - Griffin Theatre

"Is this play a satiric comedy about a certain Generation-Y sense of entitlement and their lack of acceptance to the consequences of their actions?  Is this a moving melodrama concerning the experience of the survivors around the loss of family members?  Is this play, a piece of sleight-of-hand magic realism (there are magic tricks subtly integrated into the action: Bruce Glen, Magic Consultant) with metaphysical overtones?  It could be all of this. It could be." - 
KJ Theatre Diary

ISBN: 978 1 925338 03 4

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