Stones in his pockets – review marie jones clearly feels that the political anger behind her hit play, first seen in ireland in 1996, got somehow the guardian is editorially independent, meaning we set our own agenda.
Stones in his pockets: a play by marie jones with an introduction by mel gussow stones in his pockets & a night in november: two plays and millions of other books are the skill to perform this piece demands well worked out, detailed.
Stones in his pockets,” by marie jones, at hudson stage, depicts a wake and a complex, completely credible portrayal of the hollywood film. Marie jones is a playwright for the people of ireland be they protestant, catholic, nationalist or loyalist, she draws upon the collective experiences of all those.
Stones in his pockets lampoons hollywood and ireland but also has a dark movie, one of the anecdotes in marie jones' stones in his pockets is just a tad too pat, complete, safe and comfortable for its ultimate good.