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Dublin One


  • Playwright

    Hugh Leonard 

  • Adapted / Translated From

    James Joyce

  • Author Notes

    Based on Short Stories by James Joyce
  • Synopsis

    An adaptation of six stories from Joyce's 'Dubliners'. The first half, a study of the Dubliner as a social animal ('An ncounter'/'Counterparts'/'Grace'); the second, a study of the Dubliner as a political animal ('Ivy Day in the Committee Room'/'Two Gallants'/'A Little Cloud').

  • Play Type


    Number Of Acts


  • Cast Size Male


  • Cast Size Female


  • Cast Notes

    Cast Doubling is possible. See Original Production for details.

Original Production

Original Cast  
Mr. Kernan Martin Dempsey
Corley Gerry Sullivan
McCoy Tom Irwin
O'Halloran Tom Irwin
Crofton Tom Irwin
Boy Tony Hayes
Mahony Tony Hayes
Priest Michael Ryan
Alleyne Michael Ryan
Lyons Michael Ryan
Stephen David Fleming
Manager Brian Waldron
Weathers Brian Waldron
Chief Clerk Gerry Sullivan
Policeman Gerry Sullivan
Fogarty Derry Power
Father Keon Derry Power
Man Arthur O'Sullivan (2)
Old Jack Arthur O'Sullivan (2)
Mrs. Kernan May Cluskey
Lecturer,Ignatius Gallagher, Journalist Donal Donnelly
Hynes Desmond Perry
Higgins Desmond Perry
Power Desmond Perry
Leonard Dermot Tuohy
O'Connor Dermot Tuohy
Cunningham Dermot Tuohy
Lenehan Brian Waldron
Production Team  
Director Barry Cassin
Designer William McCrow
Manager Christine Longford
Assistant Manager Ann O'Connor
Stage Manager Anne Leonard
Assistant Stage Manager John Cassidy
Assistant Stage Manager Kate Flynn
Assistant Stage Manager Brita Strong
Set Painter Robert Heade
Assistant Carpenter Louis Molloy
Chief Electrician Arthur Jones
PR Terry Cronin
Carpenter Michael Lambert
Company Artistic Director Phyllis Ryan

Rights Information

  • Territory

    All Territories

  • Rights Type

    Adaptation rights

  • Contact

    The Agency

  • Address

    24 Pottery Lane, Holland Park
    London W11 4LZ

  • Phone

    + 44 (0)20 7727 1346

  • Email

  • Website

Source Of Information

The information for this entry was taken from the original production programme.