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Ugly Lies the BoneAfter three tours in Afghanistan Jess finally returns to Florida In a small town on the Space Coast as the final shuttle is about to launch Jess must confront her scars – and a home tha. Ferrentino writes compelling characters and naturalistic dialogue but this is basically an old story the shell shockeddamaged soldier readjusting to civilian life that's been given a new coat of paint The technical aspects necessary for full realization of the virtual reality scenes also puts it outside the financial capabilities of most theatre companies

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Elationships her life and slowly herselfAward winning American playwright Lindsey Ferrentino made her UK debut with this honest and funny new drama at the National Theatre in February 201. I wanted to like this than I did because I believe the premise is an important one—what homecoming is like for wounded veterans It was all just a bit overdone and predictable Having said that I would go see it on stage if I had the opportunity

REVIEW Ugly Lies the Bone

READ & DOWNLOAD ´ Ugly Lies the Bone ´ After three tours in Afghanistan Jess finally returns to Florida In a small town on the Space Coast as the final shuttle is about to launch Jess must confront her scars – and a home that may have changed even than herExperimenting with a pioneering virtual reality therapy she builds a breathtaking new woT may have changed even than herExperimenting with a pioneering virtual reality therapy she builds a breathtaking new world where she can escape her pain There she begins to restore her r. A wounded veteran tries to put her life back together in a down and out town on the dying Space Coast in Florida Her former boyfriend sister and others try to make sense of how their life has changed A big cauldron of too much stuff all thrown together clearly written by a civilian who is trying to capture what a veteran feels without success Her wounds are extreme the former boyfriend is a stereotype and the situation feels contrived Doesn't hit the mark and there is so much potential to be explored Can't recommend