Auteure : Catherine Banks
Éditeur : Playwrights Canada Press
Date de parution : juin 2008
ISBN : 9780887547874
Livre pour le cours :
- ANGL 2213 Canadian Drama (automne 2023) - Professeure : Susan Knutson
Bone Cage examines how young people in rural communities, employed in the destruction of the environment they love, treat the people they love at the end of their shift. Bone Cage is about the difficulty in growing and hanging on to dreams in a world where dreams are seen as impractical or weak. It is funny. It is tragic. It is about different kinds of escaping. It is about a soul trapped in its own rib cage, a cage of bone, a Bone Cage.