The McGowan Trilogy is coming to An Taibhdearc Theatre, Galway this week, on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 June.
Directed by Adrian Lavelle, The McGowan Trilogy follows the exploits of IRA zealot Victor McGowan over a two year period in 1980s Ireland. The Trilogy comprises three interwoven one-act plays, ‘Dancing At Lunacy’, ‘The Long Wet Grass’ and ‘Boys Swam Before Me’.
Wolf Meets World are staging the Irish premiere of this finely written, award winning showcase that was first produced by The Cell Theater in New York in September 2014 as part of the annual 1st Irish Theater Festival (Origin Theater).
The cast are Luke Morgan, Paul Dunning, Aoife Martyn, Jackie Roantree, Paul O’Brien and Eric Ó Máirtín. The director is Adrian Lavelle and the producer is John O’Connor.
Seamus Scanlon is a Galway born playwright based in New York where he works as a librarian at The Center for Worker Education (City College). ‘Dancing At Lunacy’ was his first play and premiered in New York in 2012.
Doors are at 8pm on Friday and Saturday with a matinee performance on Saturday at 2pm. Tickets are €15 and can be bought at An Taibhdearc Theatre on the night or you can visit antaibhdhearc.com.