by Sean Walsh


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Drama set against the backdrop of the first Good Friday - from a Jewish perspective. The third in my trilogy of plays: 1 At the Praetorium/Pilate Under Pressure - the Roman angle. 2 Veil, the legend of Veronica explored. 3 Conclave. In which the High Priest, Caiaphas, and his Inner Circle meet behind closed doors to plot and plan their defence of the status quo against the threat from Galilee embodied by Jesus of Nazareth - even if that means resorting to bribery, putting a certain spin on given facts/events...

As such, it transcends a particular time and place, could be set just about anywhere in the world - wherever politicians, power-brokers, meet in cabinet, conclave... (I have intentionally maintained "neutral speech patterns" throughout...)

And though it is based on the gospels - with particular emphasis on the Passion narrative of Matthew - it can be seen as a drama about men anywhere, at any time, willing to go to any lengths to protect their status quo...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781505449921
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/17/2016
Pages: 132
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.31(d)

About the Author
Sean Walsh has lived and worked in communications all his life:
journalist, subeditor, editor, script writer,
director, producer, preacher, publisher...
Former Head of Radio Drama, RTE.

His scripts have been broadcast on RTE, Radio One, BBC 4 and, in translation, on European networks;
televised on RTE One, BBC One and Channel 4;
staged at the Peacock by the Abbey National Theatre,
at the Project, the Liverpool Playhouse,
and on the London Fringe...

'Has facilitated many Creative Writing workshops.

Several of his books available on Amazon -
Paperback and Kindle:
Notes on the Past Imperfect. The Search for Xavier.
125 Valium Valley. Veil. At the Praetorium, etc.

Twitter: @Walsh80Sean

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