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Surviving Jonah Salt by Kathryn Ash, Stephen Carleton, Gail Evans, and Anne Harris

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CHARACTER AGES: 16 - 50

THEMES: Abandonment, Family, Poverty, Death, Insanity, Addiction

Length
LENGTH: 1.5 Hours
Target Audience
TARGET AUDIENCE: Senior Years
Cast Size
CAST SIZE: 3 - 4 Cast Members
   PLAYWRIGHT: Stephen Carleton
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Ruby’s aging lover has died in the kitted-out tray of his Hilux Ute, gassed on a beach in Darwin; Trish’s lover has done a bunk from their roadside store in the Daintree; Patricia is on a bus, heading North into the night, running from a faded and seedy past; and Jonah is an angry boy from Alice Springs who has made a terrible mistake. When their journeys collide at the Three Ways truck stop in the Northern Territory, everyone’s destination will change.

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Co-produced by JUTE and Darwin’s Knock-em-Down Theatre, Surviving Jonah Salt opened at The Centre of Contemporary Arts, Cairns, July 2004.

Published alongside Flutter by Kathryn Ash in From the Edge: Two Plays from Northern Australia

ISBN 0908156820

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