Edited by : Mary P. Caulfield and Ian R. Walsh
Publication Date 25th, September, 2015
This important publication is the first collection of articles on the work of the internationally recognised award-winning theatre of Enda Walsh. In a wide range of essays the book explores Walsh’s radical theatrical imagination, its development, contexts and its ability to flourish across genres from theatre to film to musical. The volume aims to give a multitude of perspectives on Walsh’s work with articles and interviews from leading theatre practitioners on the direction, production and designing of Walsh’s theatre considered alongside critical essays by both emerging and established international scholars. Written in an accessible style it will be of interest to all enthusiasts of contemporary theatre and performance.
Professor Brian Singleton, Trinity College, Dublin