The final scene of Callen Harty's Leprechaun.
Performed March 15th, 2008 at Broom Street Theater in Madison, WI.
(From Press Release)
What could be better than an anniversary trip in Ireland? Almost anything, when you and your spouse are fighting, an obnoxious American won’t stop singing, a Swedish puppeteer can’t speak English but her puppet can, a psychoanthroculturologist keeps asking questions, and all your ideas about your ancestral homeland are turned on their head by a six-foot tall man that you think may be a leprechaun, especially when he and his wife are also your tour guides.
Broom Street Theater proudly presents Leprechaun, a new play by Artistic Director Callen Harty, which takes place mostly on an Irish tourist bus and at sites in the country as the bus wends its way toward an ancestral destination in the southeast where a man is seeking his heritage. Along the way the group meets up with sheep, priests and nuns, singers who aren’t quite what they expected, and more.
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