Come On Over (play)


Come on Over is a 2001 one-act play written by Conor McPherson, the Irish playwright and film director.

OverviewEdit

The play consists of two overlapping monologues given by Matthew, a former Jesuit priest and Margaret, his lover from the village he grew up in.

ProductionEdit

Come On Over was produced at the Gate Theatre, Dublin, Ireland, as part of a three-play trilogy. The plays, which included works by Brian Friel and Neil Jordan as well as McPherson, ran in October 2001.[1] McPerson directed his play, which starred Jim Norton and Dearbhla Molloy.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Spencer, Charles. "Theatre Review 3 Plays – Gate, Dublin" Telegraph, 8 October 2001
  2. ^ "'Come On Over' Listing" irishplayography.com, accessed 9 April 2016