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The discussion started around the intentions of the two characters and both were questioned in character. The GP knows that Graham wants to talk about Maureen THEATRE FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 47 and probably came in to do so. The eczema in a way was a piece of shadow puppetry before the main subject was raised. However, they have now used most of the consultation time. The GP has adopted a perspective of dealing with each patient separately and allowing them to direct the consultation. So Graham has come in about his eczema, which has flared up, and the GP thinks they must deal with that, even though the cause of the flare up might well be stress.
Pause] He broke a glass washing up last night and… DN: Yes? MAUREEN: He started to cry. I mean we’ve got plenty of other glasses, but they’re crystal…we were bought them for our wedding… [Pause. She looks upset] DN: We were bought crystal for our wedding too. I don’t think we’ve got any left. We end up drinking wine out of tumblers. ’ This moment caused outrage by most of the audience and they demanded to know from the DN the reasons for her relating the situation to her own life. ’ Of course, the point here is that the DN had picked up on the wrong prompt.
It also became clear that Maureen, through her relationship with Graham, found it hard to say how she was feeling or to see him expressing his emotions. In Scene 7 Graham visits the GP. We join the consultation near the end. GP: Okay, I’ll write you out a prescription for some steroids for your eczema. You need to rub them on the affected area twice a day. Try and make sure you wash your hands so that you don’t infect the skin. There’s one cream for your body and the other for your face. All right?
Advanced Writing and English in Use for CAE by Hugh Cory