|re: THE FERRYMAN: What am I missing?|
|Posted by: lordofspeech 03:23 pm EST 01/06/19|
|In reply to: THE FERRYMAN: What am I missing? - Teacher64 08:11 am EST 01/06/19|
|Maybe nothing. Maybe you’re missing nothing.
Or maybe you’re missing what I missed.
It seems one big plot point is that the brunette girl is sleeping adulterously with the good-looking lead guy who has all the children, and his sickly wife who has borne him a lot of children sort of knows but not really. And that’s one plot point.
And the major plot point is that the brunette girl was married to the good looking guy’s brother who disappeared all these years ago, and his corpse has only just turned up at the beginning of the play, and I couldn’t follow if he was an irish rebel-hero or a turncoat and/or whether his good-looking brother and the brunettte girl had been having it off before he disappeared and whether that had anything to do with his death or not.
And the play kinda condemns the irish rebels, kinda, but the non-senile old lady has a bery strong speech which makes you feel for the rebellion.
And the daft british guy is an interesting plotpoint connected to not much.
And the young, exciting blond cousin/dancer has a plot that makes sense.
I just missed the central string of it all.
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