"my job was to take dead fish rounds and scoop them up out of the tanks so the customers wouldn't see them floating"
"his eyes so blue, he looks like a child who has waken up in the middle of the night. This doesn't make any sense. We shot the wrong kid"
It's 1996 and the Irish Republican Army is about to bomb a Manchester mall. A gang goes around town smashing neon lights. A young Irish girl is killing drug dealers from a basement.
A story about electrical short circuits, love, apathy, the Manchester night scene and growing up.
Won the 2015 Himan Brown Creative Award for Playwriting.
Sean - Vasile Flutur
Lily - Melissa Diaz
Amy - Carolyn Coppedge
Stage Directions - Stephanie King
Roisin - Leta Renée-Alan
Directed by: Christina Roussos
Written by: Heloise Wilson
Curated by: Andy Buck
WHERE: Friday 27th of March at 2.30 at JACK
505 1/2 Waverly Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11238
The reading is produced by The Brooklyn College Department of Theater, in association with Mac Wellman, Erin Courtney, and the Graduate Playwriting Program.