By Jay Manley, Gill Robertson & Annie Wood
Martha doesn’t like anyone.
She’s a grumpy reclusive woman living in a hut on the beach.
She scares people away with her sharp tongue and her “Keep Out” signs, but she doesn’t bank on meeting an endearingly cheeky goose who can’t read and understand “No”.
The battle that ensues is full of fun and pathos and leads to a friendship that re-kindles in Martha a warmth towards those around her.
|The Production||Production History|
|Actor 1: Rita Hamill||The Barn, Kilkenny||8th - 12th, 15th - 19th, 22nd - 26th October 2007|
|Actor 2: Gus McDonagh|
|Director: Philip Hardy|
|Original Music: John Ryan|
|Set Design: Sabine D'Argent|
|Lighting Design: Jim Daly|
|Costume Design: Bernie McCoy|
|Production Manager: Vincent Dempsey|
|Stage Manager: Steve Rider|
|Deputy Stage Manager: Jacinta Breen|
|Set Construction: T.P.S.|