November 2-November 25, 2018
Sive is an intimate and unflinching view of Irish country folk living in abject poverty and hopelessness in rural County Kerry. Young, beautiful Sive, barely more than a child, is promised in marriage to an old but wealthy farmer by her desperate relatives in return for the sum of 200 pounds. Famously rejected by the Abbey Theatre as “blasphemous” and “pornographic,” Sive, keenly revealing the status of women in Irish society circa 1950, has become a national treasure with its lyrical language and chillingly dark Hibernian humor.
Running Time: Approximately 2 hours 45 minutes, including one 10-minute intermission.
Directed by ICTC Artistic Director Vincent O’Neill
Nanna Glavin ... Josephine Hogan*
Mike Glavin ... Patrick Moltane*
Mena Glavin ... Aleks Malejs*
Sive ... Kiana Duggan-Haas
Thomasheen Sean Rua ... Ray Boucher
Liam Scuab ... Peter Raimondo
Sean Dota ... David Lundy
Pats Bocock ... Gerry Maher
Carthalawn ... Johnny Barden
*Member, Actors' Equity Association