Conclusion of Crazy Dog Audio Theatre‘s “The Salmon of Blackpool.”
Johnny Gallagher is a world famous movie star from Cork, Ireland, and he also dying slowly from a debilitating, fatal disorder. Richie has been tasked by some big movie producers to make a ‘feel good’ biopic of this man who is ‘unloved because he has never been loved.’ -But what is there to ‘feel good’ about in the life of this tormented man?
Written, Directed and Produced by Roger Gregg. See videos of his dramatized poetry and audio theatre.
David Murray: Johnny Gallagher.
Sarah Greene: Sinead Murphy.
Michael Sheehan: Richie Ryan
Morgan Jones: Doctor Whitman
Georgina Miller: Nurse Marcella.
Liam Heffernan: Donal MacSweeney
Roger Gregg: Sheldon Berkus.
Other parts played by the above members of the cast.
Mark McGrath: Sound Engineer, location recording.
David Grimes: production assistant.
Music composed and performed by Roger Gregg.
Vocals by Sarah Greene.
Recorded and post-produced the Summer of 2007
Behind the Scenes
Actor David Murray was directed to “freak out” in this scene where the prima donna movie star, Johnny Gallagher, first encounters the symptoms of the disease that will lead to his slow decline into a miserable death.
The cast of Salmon of Blackpool sits back after a triumphant recording session — just in time for curious Dublin police to cruise by wondering what all the screaming was about?