The Good Thief
Ebook, 60 pages ISBN: 9781780014388Publication Date:
13 May 2015
£4.99 £3.99You save £1.00 (20%)
First Staged:
City Arts Centre, Dublin, 1994

The Good Thief

By Conor McPherson

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  • Winner of the Stewart Parker Award - 1994

A petty criminal is punished by his conscience when he becomes involved in a bungled kidnap.

Conor McPherson's monologue play The Good Thief was first performed under the title The Light of Jesus by Fly By Night Theatre Company at the City Arts Centre, Dublin, on 18 April 1994. It was directed by Conor McPherson and performed by Kevin Hely.

It was subsequently performed as a Loopline production, as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival on 4 October 1994. It was performed by Garrett Keogh and directed by Conor McPherson.

The play was awarded the Stewart Parker Award, an annual award for the best Irish debut play.

The Good Thief is also available in the collection Conor McPherson Plays: One.

'I have people with skills who can do stuff. It's a small quibble but I refuse to constrain my personality.'

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'The writing is terse, lucid and admirably dispassionate'

Irish Times
Ebook,60 pages ISBN: 9781780014388Publication Date:
13 May 2015
£4.99 £3.99You save £1.00 (20%)

Also by Conor McPherson:

Conor McPherson Plays: Three
Conor McPherson Plays: One
Rum and Vodka
The Dance of Death
Port Authority
Conor McPherson Plays: Two
Cold War
The Night Alive
Dublin Carol
Girl from the North Country
The Veil
Uncle Vanya
The Birds
The Seafarer
The Nest
Shining City
The Weir
Come On Over
This Lime Tree Bower
St Nicholas

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