Multi-award winning Mark O’Halloran is one of Irelands most celebrated writers. Two of his plays, spanning 12 years of work come together in one published edition to coincide with their New York premiere.
Conversations After Sex
You remind me of someone though. I mean your not like him. Not physically like him. Nowhere near. But there’s something there. your voice or how you hold yourself. Your hands.
In a series of unexpected and unguarded conversations after anonymous sexual encounters, a woman discovers men with the same deep need to communicate and connect in the lonely atomised city.
‘A portrayal of grief that is unforgettable in its rawness’ – Guardian
This is just this. It isn’t real. Its money.
In a guesthouse in Dublin’s north inner city, a vulnerable and confused young rent boy sits with a middle-aged client. Its not the first time they’ve met, but today the older man has blood on his shirt. A lot has happened since they were last together.
‘It closes around your heart like a fist’ – The Irish Times