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Acting between the lines : the Field Day Theatre Company and Irish cultural politics, 1980-1984

Author: Marilynn J Richtarik
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press ; Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©1994.
Series: Oxford English monographs.
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Acting Between the Lines is the first full-length study of Northern Ireland's Field Day Theatre Company.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marilynn J Richtarik
ISBN: 0198182473 9780198182474
OCLC Number: 30508889
Description: 356 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Surveying the Field --
'The Town I Loved So Well': Derry and the Foundation of Field Day --
Translations: On the Page and On the Stage --
Six Characters in Search of an Author(ity): The Field Day Board of Directors --
'Talking to Ourselves': The Early Years --
'Not Just A Little Touring Company': Field Day Further Afield --
Things Done and Left Undone: The Fourth Field Day Tour --
Poets as Playwrights: Field Day's Double Bill --
Conclusion: Five Years of Field Day--Fifth Province or Fifth Column? --
Productions of the Field Day Theatre Company, 1980-4.
Series Title: Oxford English monographs.
Responsibility: Marilynn J. Richtarik.
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Since its creation in 1980 by actor Stephen Rea and playwright Brian Friel, Northern Ireland's Field Day Theatre Company has brought drama to the entire island. Field Day has recently ventured into  Read more...

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'Marilynn Richtarik's book is a welcome and well-written study of the individuals and forces which gave life to the Field Day in its first five years.' Times Literary Supplement An extremely Read more...

 
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