Examine the stage directions in the Rodney-Michael scene where Rodney cuts Michael's throat, Michael dies, then the actor playing Michael gets up and exits. What is Thompson trying to say via this...

Examine the stage directions in the Rodney-Michael scene where Rodney cuts Michael's throat, Michael dies, then the actor playing Michael gets up and exits. What is Thompson trying to say via this stange sequence of events and What comment does it make on the nature of " reality" in the play?

(Lion in the Streets by Judith Thompson)

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