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Critical Moments : Fintan O'Toole on Modern Irish Theatre.

Author: Fintan O'Toole; Julia Furay; Redmond O'Hanlon
Publisher: Dublin : Carysfort Press Limited, 2003.
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Collection of critical essays, reviews and articles on Irish theatre by critic Fintan O'Toole.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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O'Toole, Fintan.
Critical Moments : Fintan O'Toole on Modern Irish Theatre.
Dublin : Carysfort Press Limited, ©2003
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Fintan O'Toole; Julia Furay; Redmond O'Hanlon
ISBN: 9781909215153 1909215155
OCLC Number: 870599133
Notes: The Steward of Christendom, by Sebastian Barry.
Description: 1 online resource (623 pages)
Contents: Copyright Page; Acknowledgements; Note on the Text; Introduction; New Irish Drama; Island Protected by a Bridge of Glass, by Garry Hynes; Scenes from an Album, by William Trevor; The Silver Dollar Boys, by Neil Donnelly; The Fabulous Journey of Mac Con Glin, by Sidney Bernard Smith; The Informer, by Tom Murphy; The Hidden Curriculum, by Graham Reid; Here are Ladies, by Siobhán McKenna et al.; The Communication Cord, by Brian Friel; The Golden Hair, by Mairéad Byrne; Pledges and Promises, by Peter Sheridan; The Great Hunger, by Tom Mac Intyre; The Gigli Concert, by Tom Murphy. Horseman Pass By!, by Dan MageeBust, by Peter Sheridan; The Diamond Body, by Operating Theatre; The Interrogation of Ambrose Fogarty, by Martin Lynch; The Riot Act, by Tom Paulin and High Time, by Derek Mahon; Northern Star, by Stewart Parker; Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, by Frank McGuinness; Baglady, by Frank McGuinness; Conversations on a Homecoming, by Tom Murphy; Rise Up Lovely Sweeney, by Tom Mac Intyre; I'll Go On, by Samuel Beckett; Callers, by Graham Reid; Wasters, by Paul Mercier; Bailegangaire, by Tom Murphy; Double Cross, by Thomas Kilroy. Studs, by Paul MercierOurselves Alone, by Anne Devlin; Cromwell, by Brendan Kennelly; Brownbread, by Roddy Doyle; Pentecost, by Stewart Parker; Somewhere Over the Balcony, by Marie Jones; Exit Entrance, by Aidan Mathews; Sea Urchins, by Aodhan Madden; Boss Grady's Boys, by Sebastian Barry; Carthaginians, by Frank McGuinness; Bat the Father, Rabbit the Son, by Donal O'Kelly; Departed, by Joe O'Byrne; Torchlight and Laser Beams, by Christopher Nolan and Michael Scott; Home, by Paul Mercier; Una Pooka, by Michael Harding; Wild Harvest, by Ken Bourke; King of the Castle, by Eugene McCabe. Blood Guilty, by Antoine Ó FlathartaThe Trial of Esther Waters, The, by Mary-Elizabeth Burke-Kennedy; The Lament for Arthur Cleary, by Dermot Bolger; La Corbière, by Anne Hartigan; War, by Roddy Doyle; Blinded by the Light, by Dermot Bolger; Dancing at Lughnasa, by Brian Friel; Siege of Derry Pageant, by Andy Hinds and Shaun Davey; The Sinking of the Titanic, by Joe O'Byrne; Poor Beast in the Rain, by Billy Roche; The Cure at Troy, by Seamus Heaney; The Holy Ground and In High Germany, by Dermot Bolger; Prayers of Sherkin, by Sebastian Barry; Wonderful Tennessee, by Brian Friel. Brothers of the Brush, by Jimmy MurphyI Know My Own Heart, by Emma Donoghue; At the Black Pig's Dyke, by Vincent Woods; The Last Apache Reunion, by Bernard Farrell; Asylum! Asylum!, by Donal O'Kelly; True Lines, by John Crowley et al.; The Mai, by Marina Carr; Chamber Music, by Hugh Leonard; Hidden Charges, by Arthur Riordan; Danti-Dan, by Gina Moxley; A Little Like Paradise, by Niall Williams; Hard to Believe, by Conall Morrison; Red Roses and Petrol, by Joe O'Connor; Sick, Dying, Dead, Buried, Out, by Barabbas Theatre Company; April Bright, by Dermot Bolger.

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Collection of critical essays, reviews and articles on Irish theatre by critic Fintan O'Toole.

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