My Old Man
Capercaillie Books, 2005 - 97 pages
Tom McGrath's new play is a melancholic rumination on family, age, death and self-destruction, as Sam - the 'old man' in the title - suffers a stroke and is forced to move in with his estranged daughter Rhona and her renegade son Neil.
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