Sean O'Casey's classic play contrasts events in a Dublin tenement with the 1916 Rising outside the door. Nora Clitheroe tries to fashion a comfortable life for herself and her husband, despite grinding poverty, but her world falls in when she fails to stop him joining the rebel forces ranged against the British army on Easter Monday.

Artists

  • Pamela BerlinDirector
  • Patrick ClearJack Clitheroe
  • Keliher WalshNora Clitheroe
  • Wyman PendletonPeter Flynn
  • William CardenThe Young Covey
  • Pauline FlanaganBessie Burgess
  • Veronica CastangMrs. Gogan
  • Pamela PascoeMollser
  • Séan G. GriffinFluther Good
  • Kieran BrennanLieutenant Langon
  • Brian ConnorsCaptain Brennan
  • John ConleyCorporal Stoddart
  • William PerleySergeant Tinley / Figure in the Window
  • Anne O'SullivanRosie Redmond
  • Paul O'BrienBartender
  • Ingrid SonnichsenA Woman
  • Sean O'CaseyPlaywright
  • John FalabellaScenic Design
  • Susan TsuCostume Design
  • James F. IngallsLighting Design
  • Peter SullivanSound Design
  • Richard EricsonDialect Coach

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