Away is a charming play that deals with family, relationship, life, growing up and death. ... In the last Act of Away, an entire scene is performed only through Stage Directions, yet it is a major scene in the conclusion of Away. ... When this scene in viewed in performance, we can tell that Meg is rejecting Tom because she begins backing Away from him and cautiously glancing back at the path they came, wanting to go back to the safety of her parents, where Tom can't impose anything like this on her. The audience has gone from seeing the two characters walking closely, side by side, to se...
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