Synopsis

The Plough and the Stars

The Plough and the Stars $12.99

Sean O'Casey

Published by Samuel French Ltd

9 Male 6 Female

Set in 1915-16, this is a tragic satire about the Irish Citizen Army for whom the Plough and the Stars are a symbol of their futile patriotism

The Easter rebellion brings the realisation that there is no help against the strength of the English forces and the final scene shows two Irish soldiers playing cards until they are rounded up by the King's men

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