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Steven G. Farrell

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Steven G. Farrell
Prof Farrell giving his 'Irish-Americans in Film' lecture.jpg
Prof. Steven G. Farrell giving a lecture on the Irish-American in Film at a Greenville library
Personal details
Steven Gerard Farrell
ResidenceGreenville, South Carolina, U.S.
ProfessionAuthor, Professor, Public Speaker
WebsiteOfficial Website

Steven G. Farrell (born 1954 in Kenosha, Wisconsin) is the author of Mersey Boys, a novel, play and screenplay.[1][2] The three books were published in 2013 by Celtic-Badger Publishers.[3] Mersey Boys is about an American art professor, Al Moran, moving to Liverpool, England in 1959, where he encounters a rebellious student by the name of John Lennon. Moran and Lennon clash in the classroom and over Ginny Browne, a beautiful but independent woman. Gradually Lennon, Moran and Browne merge into a friendship that leads to the forming of the Beatles. The filming of Mersey Boys was announced by La Muse Venale Theatre in 2013 and was to be filmed exclusively in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Staten Island by director M. Stefan Strozier. Strozier struggled to complete the work and 58 minutes of the "Unfinished Mersey Boys Film" was put up on YouTube in March 2016 in three parts.

Greenville Technical College did a stage reading on Mersey Boy in March 2016, starring Dan Robbins as Moran, Nick Heredia as Lennon and Erin Kathleen Shealy as Browne.[4] Paddy Murphy and Celtic Badger of Limerick, Ireland agreed to be the filmmakers for Mersey Boys.[5]

In June 2017 Paddy Murphy, director of the film "The Three Don'ts," gave an interview to Crypt Magazine in which he announced his intention of working in collaboration with Farrell on the "Mersey Boys" project by the end of the year.[6]

Paddy Murphy and Barry Fahy of Celtic Badger Media Films announced the filming of "A Letter From Al Moran," based on the "Mersey Boys on a podcast from Limerick, Ireland on October 22, 2017. The two interviewed author Steven G. Farrell and actor Rachel Cobb. Farrell played the part of Gerard Moran and Cobb played the part of Moira Moran. They shot in Galway on October 21, 2017.[7] Jessica Messenger, an English actor from Manchester, England, agreed to fly to Ireland to play the female lead of Ginny Browne.[8] A cast and crew of fifteen people spent twelve hours shouting on October 28, 2017, including Messenger, Fiach Kunz as Professor Al Moran, Robert Bourke as John Lennon, Mikey Casey as Paul McCartney, Ben Collope as George Harrison, Rachel Cobb as Moira Moran, Grahan Gill as Squire Clancy, and Steven G. Farrell as Gerard Moran. "A Letter From Al Moran" will be entered into the 2018 Cannes Film Festival in France.

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Title Medium Year
The Flinstones Adventures (1998-2004)

|| Book || 1998

Boston Knuckles Book 1998
Liverpool Roared Book 1998
Farrell's Irish Papers Book 1998
Bowery Ripper on the Loose Book 1999
The Crimson Druid of Wisconsin Magazine[clarification needed] 1999
Olumhor, Monster of Powers' Porch Magazine[clarification needed] 1999
Mersey Boys Book
Mersey Boys screenplay Screenplay 2000
Dracula Becomes Bela Lugosi Magazine[clarification needed]
Frankenstein Becomes Boris Karloff Magazine[clarification needed]
The Captain and the Count Magazine[clarification needed]
Last Papers Collection
Celtic-Badger Publishers Presents Collection
The Devil and Stephen Vincent Benet Magazine Essay


  1. ^ "Mersey Boys". IMDb.
  2. ^ " Steven G. Farrell: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle".
  3. ^ "Publisher -". Celtic-Badger Publishers.
  4. ^ Mersey Boys Stage Play Reading 2/11/16. February 16, 2016 – via YouTube.
  5. ^ "Celtic Badger Media Ireland".
  6. ^ "2017 Interview".
  7. ^ "Badger Banter Podcast #4".
  8. ^ "Jessica Messenger Official Site".
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