Now showing items 11-13 of 13
Theatre stuff: critical essays on contemporary Irish theatre edited by Eamonn Jordan (Dublin: Carysfort Press, 2000)
Optimism about contemporary Irish drama seems to have diminished recently. At the 2001 Irish Times/ESB Theatre Awards, a member of the judging panel lamented the scarcity of new Irish plays, stating that he wanted to ...
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 ...
Dancing on a one-way street: Irish reactions to Dancing at Lughnasa in New York
(Syracuse University Press, 2009)
[No abstract available]