Easter. A seaside town. The Protestant church is closing down, and the local undertaker is determined to stage a version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Around these facts, Jim Nolan builds a moving and memorable play in which members of a motley cast search for their private resurrections.
Moonshine was first produced by Waterford’s award-winning Red Kettle Theatre Company before being invited to appear in the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, and before a successful Irish tour.