George Shiels wrote this play under the pseudonym Geo. S.Morshiel
The cast and character lists for this entry are drawn from reviews of the premiere production. As such, cast size details should be taken as approximate.
A comedy in which Mulvenna, an Ulster student recently turned fugitive, goes to Bull Moose City, Idaho. There he encounters Brice Walker, who like Mulvenna is originally from "the Moss" in Ulster. He, a Protestant who has spent years living in Idaho, takes this son of his former Catholic neighbour under his wing. The two team up with various other compatriots to win through a tough situation.
25 November 1918
Produced by Ulster (Literary)Theatre
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Information for this entry has come from reviews of the premiere production, and from Margaret McHenry's 'The Ulster Theatre in Ireland'.
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