Two potent plays exploring the fragile world of father/son relationships in contemporary Ireland. The first, the American premiere of After Luke is set in the heyday of Ireland's recent boom, explores the greed-driven frenzy of the property market when one son returns from abroad and manipulates the sale of the home place. The second play, When I Was God, is a searing drama of a father's heartbreaking expectations for his son in sports. We witness through the eyes of a ten year old the longings of a fanatical dad. On the field of dreams, the referee is God--but what happens when God is made man?