Alone It Stands
by John Breen
Cast & Crew
|several characters||David Elliott|
|several characters||Gary Huggins|
|several characters||Cathy O’Neill|
|several characters||Will Parrick|
|several characters||Joseph Sales
(credited as Joe Sales)
|Commentator (voice-over)||Mike Johansen|
|Director and Producer||Kerry King|
|Lighting Design||Matt Ladkin|
|Lighting Operation||Jamie Marks|
|Poster design and photography||Kevin Topple|
|Set construction||Stephen Peeling|
|Set construction||Martin Rayner|
|Set design||Kerry King|
|Stage Manager||Stephen Peeling|
|several characters||Guy Singleton|
|Special thanks to||Tony Billings|
|Special thanks to||Andrew Jeffers
(credited as Andy Jeffers)
- Added by Joseph Sales.
October 31st 1978. Thomond Park, Limerick. The mighty New Zealand All Blacks, on an Irish tour, take on the none-too-mighty Munster team – and, to everyone’s surprise, they lose 12–0. From this piece of Irtish sporting history John Breen has fashioned a funny, lively play in which both teams, plus fans, children, relatives and even a dog, are portrayed by a cast of six, with no props and only a half-time change of shirt.
First non-professional production of John Breen’s comedy.
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