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Yvonne Quinn

YVONNE QUINN  

Nationality:    Irish
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Stolen Child



Stolen Child

Synopsis:
The play tells the story of a young Dublin woman's journey to find her natural mother. She enlicits the help of a shambolic private detective whose irreverent humour and hard-drinking lifestyle mask a deep understanding of human frailty. Parallel to her quest is the heartbreaking personal story of her mother's upbringing by nuns in a 1940s Industrial school and the harsh facts surrounding the enforeced adoption of her newborn baby. 'Stolen Child' was acclaimed as an impotant and ground-breaking new play when first presented by Calypso Productions in 2002. It was one of the first works to explore the secret history of Ireland's Industrial schools.

Notes:
written by Bairbre Ni Chaoimh And Yvonne Quinn. Applications for copies of the script and performance rights should be sent to bairbreni@gmail.com or to 3, Saint Laurences Place, Fontenoy Street, Dublin 7.

1st Produced:

Organisations:
Calypso Productions

1st Published:
Liberties Press in 2007   987-1-905483-35-8

Music:
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Genre:
Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  voice

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