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Plays Two

Author : Conor McPherson
ISBN : 1854597779
Genre : Ireland
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The second collection of plays from the multi-award winning author. Included in this volume is Conor McPherson's The Weir, one of the most successful plays of recent years. In a bar in a remote part of Ireland, the local lads are swapping spooky stories to impress a young woman from Dublin newly moved into the area... 'A spellbinder that transfixes you... No praise in fact is too high' Guardian Dublin Carol is set on Christmas Eve, when a Dublin undertaker is visited by his estranged daughter urging him to face up to the past. 'McPherson writes like a dream.... The play works an ingenious spell' Daily Mail Port Authority tells of three interwoven lives: a boy leaves home for the first time; a man starts a job for which he is unqualified; a pensioner is sent a mysterious package... 'Overwhelmingly poignant... desolate, searing eloquence' Evening Standard And in Come on Over, published here for the first time, a Jesuit priest, sent to investigate a 'miracle' in his home town, re-encounters the woman who loved him thirty years before. 'Piercingly evocative, powerfully exploring the tension between human and divine love' Daily Telegraph The volume also contains an Afterword by the author.

The Theatre And Films Of Conor Mcpherson

Author : Eamonn Jordan
ISBN : 9781350051225
Genre : Performing Arts
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The spellbinding premiere of The Weir at the Royal Court in 1997 was the first of many works to bring Conor McPherson to the attention of the theatre-going public. Acclaimed plays followed, including Shining City, The Seafarer, The Night Alive and Girl from the North Country, garnering international acclaim and being regularly produced around the globe. McPherson has also had significant successes as a theatre director, film director and screenwriter, most notably, with his award-winning screenplay for I Went Down. This companion offers a detailed and engaging critical analysis of the plays and films of Conor McPherson. It considers issues of gender and class disparity, violence and wealth in the cultural and political contexts in which the work is written and performed, as well as the inclusion of song, sound, the supernatural, religious and pagan festive sensibilities through which initial genre perceptions are nudged elsewhere, towards the unconscious and ineffable. Supplemented by a number of contributed critical and performance perspectives, including an interview with Conor McPherson, this is a book to be read by theatre audiences, performance-makers and students who wish to explore, contextualize and situate McPherson's provocative, exquisite and generation-defining writings and performances.

Four Plays

Author : Conor McPherson
ISBN : 1854594427
Genre : English drama
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This Lime Tree Bower features three young men from a small Dublin seaside town telling the overlapping tale of one fateful weekend. St. Nicholas was premiered in London and New York with Brian Cox in the solo role of the middle-aged theatre critic who gets caught up with a coven of modern-day vampires. Also in this volume are two shorter one-man plays: Rum and Vodka, and The Good Thief.

An Il An Bh Il Bheo

Author : Nessa Cronin
ISBN : 9781443803878
Genre : History
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Anáil an Bhéil Bheo brings together a stimulating range of interdisciplinary essays considering the connections between orality and modern Irish culture. From literature to song, folklore to the visual arts, contributors examine not only the connections between oral and textual traditions in Ireland, but also the theoretical concept of “orality” itself and the corresponding significance of oral texts in Irish society. Featuring work by emerging scholars in the fields of history, literature, folklore, music, women’s studies, film and theatre studies and disciplines contributing to Irish Studies, this multifaceted volume also includes contributions from scholars long engaged with issues of orality such as Gearóid Ó Crualaoich and Henry Glassie.

Contemporary Irish Drama

Author : Anthony Roche
ISBN : 0230219780
Genre : Drama
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This new edition of Anthony Roche's pioneering survey of twentieth-century Irish drama brings the story up to date with new material on the contemporary Irish theatre scene.

The Actors

Author : Conor McPherson
ISBN : 1854597361
Genre : Drama
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Script for a caper film starring Michael Caine, Michael Gambon and Miranda Richardson.

The New York Times Theatre Reviews 1999 2000

Author : New York Times Theater Reviews
ISBN : 0415936977
Genre : Performing Arts
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Deals with all the aspects of the application of column and mass stabilisation. It provides a description of the best practice, mainly based on the experiences at seven test sites of the European project EuroSoilStab.

The Weir And Other Plays

Author : Conor McPherson
ISBN : UOM:39015048751765
Genre : Drama
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The first U.S. collection of an extraordinary new voice in Irish drama.

Conor Mcpherson

Author : Gerald C. Wood
ISBN : UOM:39015058717219
Genre : Drama
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With such plays as the very popular and award-winning the Weir, A Good Thief, and Dublin Carol, Conor McPherson has quickly established himself as one of Ireland's brightest and best young playwrights. His prolific output now includes work as a scrip

The Argumentative Theatre Of Joe Penhall

Author : William C. Boles
ISBN : 9780786485512
Genre : Performing Arts
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Of the many dynamic, young playwrights to be associated with the “In-Yer-Face” burst of creative talent on the British stage in the mid–1990s, Joe Penhall has challenged Britain’s status quo the most. Penhall believes his plays should constantly provoke and enrage not only the institutions he targets, but also his audience. This critical book discusses the argumentative nature of Penhall’s plays, while also placing them within the context of contemporary British society and the modern dramatic tradition. His eight plays are discussed in detail, and particular attention is paid to male identity, the nature of grief, the variety of females, domestic drama, and the role of autobiography in his work.

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