On October 31, 1978, a small Irish rugby team faced off against the New Zealand All Blacks, rightly considered one of the best rugby teams in history. Ireland was in the grip of a terrible recession, and war was waging in Northern Ireland. The surprise victory of this scrappy team from Munster rocked the island.
Award-winning Irish playwright-director John Breen revisits this David vs. Goliath story that captured and entranced Irish people everywhere. Six actors playing 62 characters re-create this dynamic sporting event in a performance that the Stage called "poetic and exceptional."