By Agatha Christie
By Norman Robbins
Not only does Dr. Richard Forth have a hectic work schedule and an awkward friendship with his ex-girlfriend, but his wife, Barbara, is constantly ill. With bad luck spreading almost as quickly as bad news, it seems somebody is out to kill Barbara, and anyone else who gets in their way! Click for more ...
By J.B. Priestly
The scene is dinner at the wealthy and prosperous Birlings' home in 1912. The family is visited by a man calling himself Inspector Goole, who questions the family about the suicide of a young working-class woman, Eva Smith. The family are interrogated and revealed to have been responsible for the young woman's exploitation, abandonment and social ruin, effectively leading to her death. Click for more ...
By Noel Coward
Charles Condomine, a successful novelist, needs to learn about the occult for his next novel. Madame Arcati, an eccentric medium, is invited to hold a séance at his house. She inadvertently summons Charles's first wife, Elvira, who has been dead for seven years. A hilarious madness ensues as the ghostly and jealous Elvira makes continued, and increasingly desperate, efforts to disrupt Charles's current marriage to Ruth. Click for more ...
By Norman Robbins
The Stillorgan Players is an amateur dramatics group based in Stillorgan, Co. Dublin. Over the last 50 years we have performed nearly 100 plays from classic murder mystery thrillers to West End comedies and farces, as well as family fun pantomimes. We endeavor to produce two plays a year, performing to an audience of 500 over three nights in St Brigid's Parish Hall.
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For our regular supporters, members, and those generally interested in Amateur Dramatics, the past productions pages include synopsis of play, list of cast & crew, photo albums, as well as program notes and other images of interest. Local historians may also be interested in the Brief History of The Stillorgan Players.