Howie the Rookie
Written by Dublin playwright Mark O'Rowe, Howie the Rookie is an award-winning play which has been staged many times since its debut in 1999.
Rex Ryan and Stephen Jones perform Mark O’Rowe’s explosive dual monologues in HOWIE THE ROOKIE. In this twenty year anniversary production, two men fight for meaning and survival in a Dublin city set ablaze with violence, Omens and all touches of the bizarre.
‘The Production is viscerally irresistible’– Emer O’ Kelly Sunday Independent
✶✶✶✶ ‘Two of our finest younger actors’– Irish Mail On Sunday Show of The Week
‘Two compelling performances of grit and grief’– Katy Hayes Irish Independent
‘pristine… two compelling performances by Stephen Jones and Rex Ryan’– The Arts Review
Written by: Mark O’RoweDirected by: Neil FlynnCast: Rex Ryan + Stephen Jones
Glass Mask Theatre is an actor-driven company that aim to stage plays that speak with a blazing intensity to the times we live in. Former company in residence of Smock Alley, Glass Mask have staged both Idlewild and The Seamster’s Daughter, both written by Jimmy Murphy in the Boy’s School.
Contains strong language and depictions of violence.
95 minutes including interval
TICKETS: EARLY BIRD €15 BEFORE SUN 1 MAR – €18 THEREAFTER