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by Christopher Fitz-Simons (Author), Judy Friel (Author). This first volume in a series of drama anthologies invites readers to experience five of the best new plays being produced in 1993-1995 in Ireland's most famous theatre, The Abbey Theatre.

by Christopher Fitz-Simons (Author), Judy Friel (Author). This collection includes plays produced at the Abbey within the previous three years. Michael Harding's "Hubert Murray's Widow", his fourth play for theatre, is a surreal nightmare revolving around a killing and a funeral.

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This first volume in a series of drama anthologies invites readers to experience five of the best new plays being produced in 1993-1995 in Ireland's most famous theatre, The Abbey Theatre. ISBN13:9780815603450. Release Date:November 1996.

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New Plays from the Abbey Theatre: Volume One, 1993-1995 (Irish Studies) (v. 1. Coauthors & Alternates. 1). by Michael Harding. ISBN 9780815626992 (978-0-8156-2699-2) Hardcover, Syracuse University Press, 1996. Christopher Fitz-Simons.

Brian Patrick Friel (9 January 1929 – 2 October 2015) was an Irish dramatist, short story writer and founder of the Field Day Theatre Company. He has been likened to an "Irish Chekhov" and described as "the universally accented voice of Ireland". His plays have been compared favourably to those of contemporaries such as Samuel Beckett, Arthur Miller, Harold Pinter and Tennessee Williams.

Christopher Fitz-Simon celebrates the Abbey Theatre's centenary by offering a. .At present he is also Visiting Professor in Theatre Studies at the University of Ulster.

Christopher Fitz-Simon celebrates the Abbey Theatre's centenary by offering a witty chronological survey of the company's distinguished and colorful history. It also contains a complete list of plays produced at the Abbey Theatre since 1904 and features a preface by its current artistic director, Ben Barnes. 200 illustrations, 20 in color. About the Author: Christopher Fitz-Simon was literary manager and artistic director of the Abbey and Peacock Theatres. From Publishers Weekly

This first volume in a series of drama anthologies invites readers to experience five of the best new plays being produced in 1993-1995 in Ireland's most famous theatre, The Abbey Theatre. This collection includes plays produced at the Abbey within the previous three years. Michael Harding's "Hubert Murray's Widow", his fourth play for theatre, is a surreal nightmare revolving around a killing and a funeral. With a macabre sense of humour, he explores the sense of confusion and harsh reality of sectarian violence in Northern Ireland's border counties today. Neil Donnelly has had five plays produced by the National Theatre Society since 1980. The comedy, "The Duty Master" deals with an Irish-born school teacher who has rejected his roots to the extent that he has become "more English that the English". Marital strife combined with a visit from his brother to the exclusive public school north of London where he works results in his being forced to reconsider his personal and national identity. O'Kelly presents the plight of an illegal African immigrant. Niall William's "A Little Like Paradise" deals with hope and humour - the regeneration of a small Western Irish town unknown to the European community and ignored by Dublin. The final play in the collection, Tom MacIntyre's "Sheep's Milk on the Boil" is set on a remote island off the Irish coast.
New Plays from the Abbey Theatre: Volume One, 1993-1995 (Irish Studies) (v. 1) download epub
Dramas & Plays
Author: Christopher Fitz-Simons,Judy Friel
ISBN: 0815626991
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Dramas & Plays
Language: English
Publisher: Syracuse University Press; 1st edition (November 1, 1996)
Pages: 208 pages