A deeply religious and sincere man experiences severe feelings of anxiety and pathological guilt. His friends advise him to seek professional help. He is Martin Luther, the founder of Protestantism and his analyst brings him through early life to adulthood revealing not only his personal traumas and
inhibitions but also the circumstances of his rebellion against the authority of the Catholic church, a decision which ultimately split Europe into opposing religious camps.
The part of Luther is played by Michael Roper with the author Gerry Farrell as the analyst. The play is directed by Prin Duignan Gerry Farrell is a native of Manorhamilton. Apart from his career as an actor and playwright , he is also a trained psychotherapist and occasional lecturer in psychology.