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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Shot Open
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'A single shot rings out through the bush, startling the crows and echoing through the landscape.

'In a wooden hut in a clearing, a woman waits for her husband to return from a journey.' Open Shot', Schulz's first radio play, is 'set in Australia's early colonial days, he explores the effects of isolation and loneliness, and how a single act can reverberate through the lives of others just like the shot reverberates through the bush.'

Source: ABC Radio National website, http://www.abc.net.au/rn/airplay/stories/2006/1732448.htm
Sighted: 03/09/2006

Production Details

  • Broadcast on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Radio National program, October 2006, with a soundtrack composed and performed by Tony Buck, one third of the acclaimed Australian experimental jazz ensemble The Necks. Produced and directed by Justine Sloane-Lees this production featured actors Jacek Koman and Alice Parkinson. Sound Engineer was Russell Thomson.

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First known date: 2006
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