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All's Over, Then?

A Play in Three Acts, by Lennox Robinson

OVERVIEW

  • Playwright

    Lennox Robinson 

  • Setting

    The First and Third Acts take place in the sitting-room of the Swinnerton's flat; the Second Act takes place in Maggie's room.

  • Synopsis

    A melodrama in which Eleanore marries Henry, a man much younger than herself. She wishes to settle down into comfortable middle age, but Henry is still into youthful, vigorous activities. Eleanore's main obstacle to slowing him down is Maggie her daughter, with whom he shares many interests. Eleanore first tries to marry Maggie off and then refuses to consent to a trip to the Continent Maggie's been planning with him. Eleanore

  • Play Type

    Plays General

  • Number Of Acts

    Full-Length

  • Cast Size Male

    3

  • Cast Size Female

    3

ORIGINAL PRODUCTION

Original Cast  
Eleanore Eileen Crowe
Henry Barry Fitzgerald
Doctor Boeson F J McCormick
Julia Ria Mooney
Maggie Shelah Richards
Arthur Arthur Shields
Production Team  
Musical Director Dr. J.F. Larchet
Produced by Lennox Robinson

PUBLISHED SCRIPTS

  • Title

    All's Over Then?, by Lennox Robinson

  • Year

    1935

  • Published By

    Macmillan and Co.

  • Address

    London
    England

RIGHTS INFORMATION

  • Territory

    All Territories

  • Rights Type

    All Rights

  • Contact

    The Abbey Theatre Archive

  • Address

    Abbey and Peacock Theatres
    26 Lower Abbey Street
    Dublin 1
    Republic of Ireland

  • Phone

    00 353 1 887 2200

  • Email

    info@abbeytheatre.ie

  • Website

    www.abbeytheatre.ie

SOURCE OF INFORMATION

The information for this entry was taken from the original production programme and from press cuttings of the time.