Written in 1948, The Mountains Look Different by Micheál mac Liammóir created a sensation when it hit the stage. With a daring take on a familiar narrative - the lure of the noisy city vs. the monotonous quiet of the countryside - this unsettling tale of isolation and mystery walks softly and carries a big secret.
The Mountains Look Different
Mint Theater Company presents the American premiere of The Mountains Look Different, written by Micheál mac Liammóir and directed by Aidan Redmond.
Performances are staged at the Beckett Theatre within the Theatre Row complex.
(Photo by Todd Cerveris)
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After a dozen hard years working the streets of London, Bairbre is returning home to Ireland. Three days ago, she married Tom who knows nothing of her past. They plan to settle with Tom’s father on his farm and live a simple life, far from the temptations and torments of the sinful city. But it’s not easy to escape your past, even among the rocks and ruins of the mountainside.