When Cows Go Boom
Published in volume Irish Shorts
First Staged:
20:Love play readings, Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 2008

When Cows Go Boom

By Stacey Gregg
Published in volume Irish Shorts

An oblique parable of love set against the backdrop of a horrific landscape.

Stacey Gregg's short play When Cows Go Boom explores the devastating effects of an ongoing battle for oil in an unnamed country. It was first performed as a rehearsed reading at the Peacock Theatre, Dublin, in 2008 as part of the 20:Love play-reading series commissioned by the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.

Published in volume Irish Shorts

Also by Stacey Gregg:

Override
Shibboleth
Lagan
Scorch
Perve

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