TLF ID R8814
This is an edited sound recording of the Australian actor and playwright Ray Lawler discussing his iconic 'Doll' trilogy of plays. Lawler explains that the three plays tell the story of two Queensland canecutters who form friendships with two women in Melbourne and visit them over a period of 17 years. He reflects on the popularity of the first and best-known play, 'Summer of the seventeenth doll', which is the final one in terms of the trilogy's time scale. The recording was made in November 2005 and lasts for 1 min 56 s.