When Samuel L Jackson played at the Gate, and other Irish theatre moments
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Houlihan, Barry. (2019). When Samuel L Jackson played at the Gate, and other Irish theatre moments. Irish Times.
This article looks at the archive of neglected plays in modern Irish theatre history and considers thier position within the wider social and literary history of Irish drama, from Samuel L. Jackson performing at the Gate Theatre Dublin to mental illness on stage in 1950s Ireland.
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