Presented under the title Three New Plays by Sean O'Casey with Hall of Healing and Time to Go (both listed separately)
John Jo finds himself in a situation with which his conscience cannot cope- more or less against his will, he has spent a night with the seductive Angela. Full of remorse, and dreading the ruin of his reputation, he tries to get rid of her, fearing that his landlady, Miss Mossie, might find out.
17 May 1952
Presented by the Three Plays Company, New York.
Presented at the Yugoslav-American Hall, 405 West 41st Street, New York (off Broadway)
The Irish premiere was presented by The Abbey Theatre at The Peacock Theatre on 23rd May 1972. The production was directed by John Lynch.
Five One-Act Plays by Sean O'Casey
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The information for this entry was taken from the published script, with additional information from Sean O'Casey: A Research and Production sourcebook, Schrank (1996)
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