Myles Kavanagh's house in Co. Wexford.
A night in 1798.
A Protestant woman married to a Catholic man finds herself in an increasingly difficult position when rebellion breaks out in Wexford in 1798 and her husband opts to join the insurgents. Struggling to reconcile her various political loyalties, Ann decides one night to shelter a man who is being hunted down as a spy by her husband and his comrades.
In addition to the cast members listed, the production included an uncredited actor playing 'a fugitive'
06 April 1922
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The information for this entry was taken from Ireland's Abbey Theatre: A History 1899-1951 by Lennox Robinson, with additional information from press cuttings of the time
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