Rebel in the Soul

Rebel in the Soul

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SYNOPSIS: Dr. Noël Browne was elected to the Irish Parliament in the general election of 1948. Handsome, intense, arrogant, and unpredictable, he was only 33 years of age, with few political skills but a burning ambition to rid Ireland of the scourge of tuberculosis which had wiped out most of his family. Upon the introduction of his “Mother and Child Scheme”, a plan to provide free post-natal care to women and all children under the age of 16, he quickly found himself at odds with the “Man of Destiny”, party leader and ex-Irish Republican Army chief Seán McBride, and the ruthless, obsessive tactician, Archbishop of Dublin, Dr. John Charles McQuaid.

Directed by Charlotte Moore

Starring: Patrick Fitzgerald, Sean Gormley, John Keating , and Sarah Street

Set design by John McDermott
Lighting design by Michael Gottlieb
Costume design by Linda Fisher
Sound design by M. Florian Staab

Show Times: Wednesdays @3pm and 8pm; Thursdays @7pm; Fridays @8pm; Saturdays @3pm and 8pm; Sundays @3pm
(no matinee on April 19)

Tickets from $50

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