Edited by : Finola Cronin and Eamonn Jordan
Publication Date 20th, September, 2016
This book is available exclusively in digital format.
Drawing together over seventy outstanding essays from Carysfort Press’s various publications on Irish Theatre, this e-publication outlines the reach and complexity of Irish theatre and provides particular understanding of the work of many internationally renowned Irish playwrights, directors, designers and performers. The selected essays not only reflect on the texts and performance variables, but also on the various social, political, cultural contexts in which this work is made and received. There is a basic acknowledgment that Irish theatre does not just happen in Ireland; it is read and performed internationally.
List of Contributors:
Michael Barker Caven, Ben Barnes, Csilla Bertha, Richard Cave, Enrica Cerquoni, David Cregan, Finola Cronin, Jim Culleton, Sabine Dargent, Anne Devlin, Bernard Farrell, Jimmy Fay, Ger Fitzgibbon, Lisa Fitzpatrick,Olwen Fouéré, Ben Francombe, David Grant, Nicholas Grene, Miriam Haughton, Charlotte Headrick, Kathleen A. Heininge, Shonagh Hill, Declan Hughes, Garry Hynes, Eamonn Jordan, Marie Kelly, Kevin Kerrane, Thomas Kilroy, Jason King, Mária Kurdi, Elizabeth Kuti, José Lanters, Cathy Leeney, Helen Lojek, Patrick Lonergan, Anna McMullan, Eugene McNulty, Conor McPherson, Hiroko Mikami, Tim Miles, Donald E. Morse, Mikel Murfi, Paul Murphy, Christopher Murray, Siobhán O’Gorman, Deirdre O’Leary, Anne F. O’Reilly, Fintan O’Toole, Martine Pelletier, Ondřej Pilný, Emilie Pine, Ursula Rani Sarma, Anthony Roche, Noelia Ruiz, Melissa Sihra, Rhona Trench, Clare Wallace, Fintan Walsh, Jesse Weaver, Eric Weitz