By Jay Manley, Gill Robertson & Annie Wood
“a vivid and colourful exploration of friendship, forgiveness, and social behaviour.” – Irish Theatre Magazine
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.
A play for children aged 4 – 7 years.
Running time approx 35 minutes.
|The Production||Production History|
|Actor 1: Roisin Gribbin||The Barn, Kilkenny||4th - 9th & 11th - 15th October, 15th - 19th November|
|Actor 2: Johnny Hopkins||Dunamaise, Portlaoise||19th - 20th October|
|Director: Philip Hardy||Roolaboola Festival||22nd - 23rd October|
|Designer: Sabine D’argent||Mullingar Arts Centre||1st - 5th November|
|Costume Designer: Bernie McCoy||Garter Lane, Waterford||8th - 10th November|
|Lighting Designer: Jim Daly|
|Composer/Sound Designer: John Ryan|
|Production Manager: Michael Burke|
|Set Construction: Kevin Courtney|
|Stage Manager: Ronan Egan|