BECKETT AT GREYSTONES BAY
by Rosary O'Neill
Set in the crushing world of social conformity in his native Ireland, Beckett walks the desolate beach of Greystones Bay battling the inner voices of family and former loves.
Why is the young Beckett forced to give up the academic life and inevitably driven to write? The play questions our own natures' dark forces in this particular artistic quest. How do love, rollicking humor, pathos, arrogance, insanity and festering pustules help us understand ourselves, our world and an art to which we are inescapably drawn?
WHAT: BECKETT AT GREYSTONES BAY by Rosary O'Neill
WHEN: Winter 2007
WHERE: Arthur Seelan Theatre, New York City
WHO: Producers: James Phillip Gates and Tracy Hostmyer for Roust, Director: Brendan McCall, Lighting Design: Kryssey Wright, Production Stage Manager: Angela Astle, Set and Costume Design: Sam Gajeets, Sound Design: Dan C. Crambel, Acting Company: Aidan O'Shea, Dana Leigh Snyder, Nick Fleming