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Stephen ushers a female colleague into what was once his marital home, but his estranged wife and wayward daughter are about to reemerge, bringing repressed truths and painful secrets to light. Set in the build-up to Ireland's historic divorce referendum of 1995, The Separation is an unsettling, uproarious journey into the dark heart of a disintegrating Dublin family.
About the Author
Richard Molloy has worked as a high school English teacher in north London for six years. The Separation is his first play. It premiered at Project Arts Centre in Dublin in June 2014. His second play, O Do Not Love Too Long, had a reading at London's Tricycle Theatre in December 2013. Richard is currently working on a new play about Ireland's Magdalene laundries entitled The Good Shepherd.
'Dark and funny in the right amounts, this is a balanced, consistent and provocative performance.' - The Public Reviews
'This is a piece of theatre which doesn't hold back and delivers its vision with style.' -www.nomoreworkhorse.com