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Is a person still isolated if their friends are make-believe?
Fred is a 16-year-old living on a farm without stock or crops in an Australian country town. When Travis, the charismatic head boy at their school, begins to take an interest in him, Fred gets lured into the intricate world of The Web, where nothing, and nobody, is what they seem.
A whodunit for the modern age,
The Web, is a fascinating exploration of isolation, friendship, and what happens when social experiments go frighteningly wrong.
Cast : 3M, 2F
Currency Press | 978-0-86819-911-5 | Sales: worldwide | PB
KATE MULVANY graduated with a BA from Curtin University. She is an actress who has played lead roles with major Australian theatre companies as well as appearing on TV and in film. Her other plays include:
Father O Friendly,
Derek Drives a Datsun,
Blood and Bone (Winner of Naked Theatre Co's “Write Now"! Award),
The Danger Age—which was shortlisted for the STC's Patrick White Award and won the 2004 Philip Parsons Award—and
Somewhere which opened Railway Street Theatre's new venue in 2005.
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