Nineteen Ninety-Two
Published in volume Irish Shorts
First Staged:
Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 2009

Nineteen Ninety-Two

By Lisa McGee
Published in volume Irish Shorts

Two brothers are biding their time to savour revenge - but how can they be sure they've got the right girl?

Lisa McGee's short play Nineteen Ninety-Two was first staged at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, as part of The Fairer Sex season in 2009.

Published in volume Irish Shorts

Also by Lisa McGee:

Girls and Dolls

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