by Bernard Farrell

…this is marvellous comedy, witty, clever, touching, recognisable, at times nasty, and above all real.” – Sunday Independent, August 17th, 1997

Bobby Bold (Gerald Fitzmahony) and Nuala Ryan (Helen Walsh)

Bobby Bold (Gerald Fitzmahony) and Nuala Ryan (Helen Walsh)

When Nuala Ryan takes a job in her local radio station, she get more than she bargained for:

First, there are the Disc Jockeys – who are not as smooth as their voices suggest – and then there is the public who don’t like outsiders rocking the rural boat.

In When Moses Met Marconi, Bernard Farrell takes an hilarious look at the chat-and-music world of commercial radio, and uses it to ruthlessly expolre some familiar pretensions in Irish society today.

A play for teenagers.

The ProductionProduction History
Actor 1: Helen WalshAndrews Lane Theatre, Dublin12th Aug - 12th September 1997
Actor 2: Joan Brosnan WalshGarter Lane, Waterford16th - 20th September 1997
Actor 3: Gerald FitzmahonyWatergate, Kilkenny23rd - 27th September 1997
Actor 4: Eugene O' BrienHawk's Well, Galway2nd - 4th October 1997
Actor 5: Aisling O'NeillBackstage, Longford7th - 10th October 1997
Actor 6: Leonard Hayden
Actor 7: Voice of Tom Hickey
Director: Philip Hardy
Set Designer: Harry Harris
Costume Designer: Bernie McCoy
Lighting Designer: Jim Daly
Sound Designer: Dave Nolan
Station Jingle: John Ryan
Production Manager: Veronica McGuire
Production Co-ordinator: Vincent Dempsey
Stage Manager: Nicola Teehan
Sound Operator: Paula McLaughlin
Set Painting: Celine Gittins
Set Painting: Kate Powell