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Titel: Theatre Talk

ISBN: 0953425762
EAN: 9780953425761
Voices of Irish Theatre Practitioners.
'Carysfort Press Ltd. '.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Lilian Chambers, Ger Fritz Gibbon, Eamonn Jordan
Lang, Peter

31. Dezember 2008 - kartoniert - XI

Ben Barnes, Artistic Director of the Abbey Theatre. This is an essential book for anyone interested in contemporary drama in general and Irish drama in particular. It is a comprehensive collection of a series of thirty-nine interviews & evaluations with the most prominent playwrights, directors, designers, actors, and administrators in Irish theatre.
Contents: Ben Barnes in Conversation with Martin Drury - Sebastian Barry in Conversation with Ger FitzGibbon - Dermot Bolger in Conversation with Jim O'Hanlon - Jason Byrne in Conversation with Willie White - Marina Carr in Conversation with Melissa Sihra - Daragh Carville in Conversation with Glenn Paterson - Michael Colgan in Conversation with Jeananne Crowley - Frank Conway in Conversation with John Kavanagh - Anne Devlin in Conversation with Enrica Cerquoni - Joe Dowling in Conversation with Tony Ó Dalaigh - Bernard Farrell in Conversation with Jim Nolan - Olwen Fouéré in Conversation with Melissa Sihra - Ben Hennessy and Pat Kiernan in Conversation with Ger FitzGibbon - Declan Hughes in Conversation with Ryan Tubridy - Garry Hynes in Conversation with Cathy Leeney - Marie Jones in Conversation with Pat Moylan - John B. Keane in Conversation with Michael Scott - Raymond Keane in Conversation with Eric Weitz - Tom Kilroy in Conversation with Gerry Dukes - Hugh Leonard in Conversation with Pat Donlon - Tim Loane in Conversation with David Grant - Tomás Mac Anna in Conversation with Karen Carleton - Barry McGovern in Conversation with Michael Ross - Frank McGuinness in Conversation with Joseph Long - Tom Maclntyre in Conversation with Fiach MacCongail - Patrick Mason in Conversation with Colm Ó Briain - Paul Mercier in Conversation with Jim Culleton - Eleanor Methven and Carol Moore in Conversation with Helen Lojek - Tom Murphy in Conversation with Eamonn Jordan - Paddy O'Dwyer in Conversation with Geraldine O'Neill - Fintan O'Toole in Conversation with Redmond O'Hanlon - Lynne Parker in Conversation with Loughlin Deegan - Billy Roche in Conversation with Conor McPherson - Annie Ryan and Michael West in Conversation with Luke Clancy - Phyllis Ryan in Conversation with John P. Kelly - Peter Sheridan in Conversation with Deirdre Mulrooney - Gerard Stembridge in Conversation with Hugh Linehan - Enda Walsh in Conversation with Emelie FitzGibbon - Vincent Woods in Conversation with Kevin Barry.
The Editors: Lilian Chambers has always been passionate about theatre. She was active for many years on the amateur drama circuit and was an award-winning actor and director. She holds an M.A. in Modern Drama Studies from NUI Dublin. Ger FitzGibbon lectures in the English Department, NUI Cork and is Chair of the University's Board of Drama and Theatre Studies. He has lectured and published on the work of Brian Friel, Tom Murphy, Frank McGuinness and Sebastian Barry. He is a former board-member and director with Cork Theatre Company and a founder of Graffiti Theatre Company, of which he is currently Chair. He has written a number of plays, including The Rock Station (1992) and Sca (1999). His stage-directing includes The Birthday Party (Harold Pinter), The Shadow of a Gunman (Sean O'Casey), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Dario Fo) and Scenes from an Execution (Howard Barker). Eamonn Jordan is a lecturer in Performing Arts at the Institute of Technology, Sligo. He is the editor of Theatre Stuff: Critical Essays on Contemporary Irish Theatre. His book The Feast of Famine: The Plays of Frank McGuinness was published in 1997. He has also written two critical commentaries for the Leaving Certificate: the first on Frank McGuinness's Someone Who'll Watch Over Me and the second on Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman. Dan Farrelly was born in Melbourne, Australia. He studied in Melbourne, Frankfurt am Main and Strasbourg and lectured at University College Dublin as a Goethe specialist. He has published several books on Goethe. For four years he was Director of the UCD Drama Studies Centre and is currently active as a translator of German classical works, including Goethe's Urfaust, Iphigenie auf Tauris, Act One of Claudine von Villa Bella, and Büchner's Woyzeck. Cathy Leeney is interested in twentieth century and contemporary Irish theatre, and in gender and performance, and directing. She is lecturer at the Drama Studies Centre at University College Dublin.
"This book is the right approach - asking practitioners what they feel." (Sebastian Barry, Playwright)
"... an invaluable and informative collection of interviews with those who make and shape the landscape of Irish Theatre." (Ben Barnes, Artistic Director of the Abbey Theatre)
"... wide ranging and thought provoking views from the key players in Irish theatre." (Moya Doherty, Chairperson of the Dublin Theatre Festival)
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