The play's opening scene resembles a bedroom farce, with Zachary getting caught literally with his pants down. How does that scene , and the Zachary-Gazelle-Big Joey subplot fit into the play as a...

The play's opening scene resembles a bedroom farce, with Zachary getting caught literally with his pants down. How does that scene , and the Zachary-Gazelle-Big Joey subplot fit into the play as a whole?

(Dry Lips Oughta Move To Kapuskasing by Tomson Highway)

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