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Published on May 23, 2016
New York playwright Charlie returns to Ireland for his father's funeral. As he's sorting through the old man's belongings, his "Da" strolls into the room. Charlie reminds him that he is dead and tells him, "get out of my head." What follows is action that moves from the reality of the present, to the past and back again as father and son struggle to understand each other. In the end, Charlie realizes that he can't reject his father, even in memory, because if he does he will only be denying himself.