Note for Note (Another Pentateuch) - Book 4: Snow

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  • Published: November 2014
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 200
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781491751459

The river, still fed by the far distant mountain spring of Book 1 (Plough), approaches the ocean. It has sustained life all through the evolution of society along its banks and down through the centuries during the events of Book 2 (Growth) and Book 3 (Harvest), but by the time of Book 4 (Snow) the conscious connection between society and the river has almost been lost. According to legend, at one point the river split into two streams, one feminine and the other masculine, and where they will flow into the ocean they will re-unite, of necessity.

It is winter. Jade is making her way across country on foot as the snow steadily falls, obliterating the details and landmarks the eye takes for granted when finding the way. She is gifted as an actress, and, though born male, has devoted her life to performing female roles, with considerable success. As part of the sacrifice needed to perfect her art, she has also lived her daily life outside the theatre as a woman, in her nature as a woman and a single woman. Several years ago she founded an ensemble of which she is the director and principal actor, and has recently allowed women to perform female roles, the first time this has happened in this culture.

While she treks across country, her ensemble is rehearsing for a new production called The Temptation, for the first time having to work without Jade’s directions. She is making her way to an isolated hotel where she will direct a piece of spontaneous theatre with unsuspecting guests who have never consciously acted before.

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