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In this instance, their usual get fit trainer is not available. The only person that the committee could find is a Zumba teacher. It is much more strenuous than the group are used to.
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Although it is a hurtful change, ultimately it is a story of optimism and hope. The one act play is set in the s when the issue of AIDS and homosexuality was stigmatised more than it is in modern day.
The family of Andrew Hunter are standing at his grave, remembering him and wondering about his car accident and how it could happen as he was such a good driver. Social restrictions can end up being harmful and how families can contribute to this. As they reflect on the man they knew, a friend of his tells them of the man that he knew.
They are different people.
Bill has been made redundant and has reached his 60th birthday. He is in his shed and is reflecting on his life, what has happened and how he feels useless. Mental apparitions from his past manifest to help him think clearly about his past and his future. Four people have found themselves redundant and bemoaning their lives.
As a distraction, one of their brothers suggests getting back to when life was a lot simpler. As adults, they get dressed up as children and go back to where they played when they were younger. During this time, they realise that the past should stay in the past and that the present and the future should be their focus.
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