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The Gigli Concert by Tom Murphy, Druid Theatre
(Irish Theatre Magazine, 2009-09)
One of the clichés of Irish theatre historiography is that drama in this country is excessively verbal – that our dramatists write for the voice, but not for the body. But if you actually go to the theatre here, it soon ...
Only an Apple by Tom MacIntyre, Peacock Theatre
(Irish Theatre Magazine, 2009)
You have to wonder why Irish dramatists keep writing plays about politicians. In 1969, Brian Friel’s The Mundy Scheme brilliantly satirised the political life of that period, while anticipating much that would follow. Yet ...