AN IRISH HEART by Vivian C Lermond
Expect a comedic romp through superstitions, culture clashes, winsome ways and wily wit. An Irish Heart features a collection of one act plays that comprise a full length evening of fun, designed to celebrate the lilt of Irish laughter echoing from the glens of the homeland to America’s shores.
Crowley’s Corner: 4M. 1F. When his rental car breaks down and he is stuck in desolate Dingle, one uptight Yank finds himself on an uncharted course that leads to self-discovery. (30 MINUTES)
Literally Speaking: 2F. 1M. Two mid-life Irish tourists take on Los Angeles to discover a cultural divide, an unexpected language barrier, and a challenge to change a land-locked Limerick mindset. (10 MINUTES)
Banshee Bungle: 2F. 1M. Two Celtic creatures on their way to “a job” get side-tracked on their mission, much to the good fortune of one foolish man. (10 MINUTES)
The Scanlon Road: 2M. Take a Type A American tourist and a Type B Irish local, a linguistic challenge and bad directions, then stay tuned for a finale that promises a fun twist to the tale. (5 MINUTES)
Romancin’Mary McBride: 3F. 1M. A senior immigrant widow, hell bent on a second chance at romance, defies the early 20th century culture divide, and schemes her way to making her dream come true. (40 MINUTES)