The Everyman and Mighty Oak Productions presented a rehearsed reading of The Misfit Mythology, by Irene Kelleher, as part Play It by Ear, a programme of shows for The Everyman stage and available on live audio broadcast.
“Every small town has its secrets.”
Ireland – 1990. Nelson Mandela was freed; the first female Irish president was inaugurated, and the worst song of all time was composed entitled ‘Give it a lash Jack’. But these events are irrelevant to Oisín and Gráinne. Because there is something at the heart of Kilthomas… An old legend. A dark history set to repeat itself. People have disappeared without a trace. It is the students’ final year celebrations. As they sweat out their frustrations to the sounds of MC Hammer and INXS, the party intensifies. Someone goes missing. And only a diary is found.
Press quotes from Irene Kelleher’s previous shows
Mary and Me and Gone Full Havisham:
★★★★ “Kelleher’s writing is sharp.”- The Irish Examiner
★★★★ “Written with huge delicacy and skill… Kelleher marks herself out as a writer to watch.” – The Stage
★★★★★ “Kelleher is an exceptionally talented writer.” – Broadway Baby
Produced by Mighty Oak Productions
Written by Irene Kelleher
Directed by Killian Collins
Sound Design: Cormac O’Connor
Sound Op: Malua Ni Chléirigh
Irene Kelleher and Éanna Hardwicke
Promotional video & production key image: Ronan O’Shea Media