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Author:Diane Baia Hale
ICWP Member?:Yes
Nearest Large City:Chicago
Play Title:The Dragon's teeth
Runtime:91-120 minutes
Synopsis:When does one manís patriot become another manís terrorist? Aidan OíDonovan, head of the Irish Republican Armyís Northern Command regards himself as a freedom fighter. After all, if a man is denied the right to vote or to own property or even to obtain an education, how else can he change the status quo except through violence? But Sean, Aidanís younger brother, believes that Aidan has gone too far. When the elder OíDonovan goes to IRA headquarters in Dublin with a plan for a massive raid on a government munitions dump, Sean knows it could all go terribly wrong, especially since a fellow conspirator, Jack McGonigal, may not be what he seems. A tale of betrayal and personal courage, "The Dragonís Teeth" is an investigation of the fanaticism that drives men to kill and how the chaos of violence is planted in one generation after another, not only in Ireland, but in cultures around the world.

Max. Cast:9
Min. Cast:9
Theme:The terrible toll of fanaticism on terrorists themselves
Web Page:www.dianebaia.com
First Name:Diane
Last Name:Baia Hale