Mark O'Rowe's new play Made in China inhabits the same scabby territory as his hit play Howie the Rookie-the Dublin the tourists never see. Made in China is full of linguistically inventive low-lives using and abusing each other by word and deed. As before, and despite the violence, the main character achieves a kind of redemption by refusing -finally-to be drawn into the petty mafia of tit-for-tat revenge.
|Publication date:||1st April 2001|
|Publisher:||Nick Hern Books|
Mark O'Rowe was born in Dublin where he still lives. His first film, Intermission, starring Colin Farrell, opens soon in Ireland.More About Mark O'Rowe