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The Monday Play


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A Century of Modern Theatre Juno and the Paycock
A new production of SEAN O'CASEY 'S tragedy, with Donal McCann. Pauline Delany Marie Keane , John Kavanagh Niall Buggy , Sorcha Cusack
In a Dublin tenement during the 1922 civil war, a poor family struggles to survive. Juno Boyle nurses her wounded son while her idle husband passes the time in drinking and romantic talk. Then a sudden legacy promises to change their lives.
Producer and director MICHAEL HEFFERNAN
BBC Northern Ireland
(Rpfd: next Sunday 2.30 pm)


Unknown: Sean O'Casey
Unknown: Donal McCann.
Unknown: Pauline Delany
Unknown: Marie Keane
Unknown: John Kavanagh
Unknown: Niall Buggy
Unknown: Sorcha Cusack
Unknown: Juno Boyle
Director: Michael Heffernan
Capt Jack Boyle: Donal McCann
Juno Boyle: Pauline Delany
Johnny Boyle: Niall, Buggy
Mary Boyle: Sorcha Cusack
Joxer Daly: John Kavanagh
Mrs Madigan: Marie Keane
Jerry: Devine BarrymcGovern
Charlie Bentham: Chris O'Neill
Mrs Tancred: Maureen Toal
1 Needle ' Nugent: Michael, Duffy
The Mobiliser: Kevin McHugh
Removal man: Foin White

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