- This compelling Australian play was a success in London and was hailed by critics in New York for its vigour, integrity, and realistic portrayal of two itinerant cane cutters: Barney, a swaggering little scrapper, and Roo, a big roughneck.
- They have spent the past sixteen summers off with two ladies in a Southern Australian city.
- Every year Roo has brought a tinsel doll to Olive, his girl, as a gift to symbolize their relationship, but this seventeenth summer is different somehow.
- Old patterns must be broken, new ways found, as all four lovers come to face certain unpleasant truths about themselves.
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