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An adulterous husband, a meddlesome neighbour and a dropped ice-cream cone are among the circumstances that combine to shatter the life of suburban housewife Rhonda Russell.
Everyone has their own story to tell about the day that Rhonda went beserk in the shopping mall. And who’s to know where the truth lies? With the best friend who might have egged her on? With the husband who denies responsibility? Or with the victim’s family whose lives were changed forever? And then there’s the story of the vengeful redhead herself, but she’s probably the least likely to know what really happened.
In this gripping adventure, the world is turned upside down in a disastrous and comic sequence of events. As the intrigue unfolds, seven different characters give a fresh twist of perspective – all played by one multifaceted performer.
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Robert Hewett's first play
Just...One Last Dance premiered in Auckland in 1980 ahead of a season at the Melbourne Theatre Company the same year. The MTC also produced his next play
Gulls in 1983, for which he received a Green Room Award, and was short listed in the inaugural Premier's Literary Awards. It has since been widely performed in Australia and overseas, including South Africa, Malta and Singapore. His other plays include
The Adman, Waking Eve and
Goodbye Mrs Blore.
The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead toured Australia in 2006 with Jackie Weaver and was also performed in New Zealand by Kerry Fox.
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