The Sand Park by Seamus O’Rourke

Original Production


Date
Fri­day 20th July 2012

Pro­duc­tion
Big Gueril­la Pro­duc­tions

Venue
Corn Mill The­atre, Car­ri­gallen, Co. Leitrim

Num­ber of Acts
Full-Length

Play Type
Com­e­dy Dra­ma

Cast Size
1 Male

Char­ac­ters
James Antho­ny Low­ery (Mid fifties)

Syn­op­sis
The Sand Park is the some­times hilar­i­ous account of how James Antho­ny Low­ery, a man in his mid fifties, came to terms with the death of his son, fif­teen years ago and now more recent­ly, his wife Rose. It’s a play about rur­al Irish life and the way we cope with the inevitable, it’s a play about how life and death and humour and love and sad­ness all live in the same house togeth­er… and then a strange thing hap­pens…

 

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