Stones In His Pockets

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9781557834720
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Stones In His Pockets from the Author: . A small farming village in County Kerry, Ireland, where a new Hollywood film is being shot, serves as the setting for this hilarious and affecting comedy.

The Power Of Laughter

Author: Eric Weitz
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781904505051
Size: 39.30 MB
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The Power Of Laughter from the Author: Eric Weitz. This is the first collection of essays to focus on the nature and practice of comedy in contemporary Irish theatre. Contains a range of contributions from academic and practical orientations, each of whom explores the workings of comedy with referenc

Irish Women Writers

Author: Alexander G. Gonzalez
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313328831
Size: 19.55 MB
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Irish Women Writers from the Author: Alexander G. Gonzalez. Surveys the lives and works of roughly 75 Irish women writers active in a range of genres and periods.

Modern Irish Drama

Author: Sanford Sternlicht
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 0815651309
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Modern Irish Drama from the Author: Sanford Sternlicht. "This is a wonderful read and a wonderful ride." Patrick Sutton, director, The Gaiety School of Acting, The National Theatre School of Ireland.

Film Drama And The Break Up Of Britain

Author: Steven Blandford
Publisher: Intellect Books
ISBN: 1841501506
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Film Drama And The Break Up Of Britain from the Author: Steven Blandford. This book engages with ideas that are highly topical and relevant: nationalism, nationhood and national identity as well as the relationship of these to postcolonialism. However, it does so within the broad field of drama. Examining the debates around the relationship between culture and national identity, the book documents the contributions of actual dramatists and film-makers to the chronicling of an important historical moment. The book breaks down what have been traditional barriers between theatre, film and television studies, considering the very broad range of ways in which the creators of dramatic fictions are telling us stories about ourselves at a time when the idea of being 'British' is increasingly problematic. Much has been written on the 'break up' of Britain, but there has been very little to-date about the impact that this is having on drama in the thetre, on television and on film. A very wide range of material is discussed in the book, ranging from box office hits such as "The Full Monty" to community based theatre in Scotland and Wales.

Fifty Modern And Contemporary Dramatists

Author: Maggie B. Gale
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317596218
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Fifty Modern And Contemporary Dramatists from the Author: Maggie B. Gale. Fifty Modern and Contemporary and Dramatists is a critical introduction to the work of some of the most important and influential playwrights from the 1950s to the present day. The figures chosen are among the most widely studied by students of drama, theatre and literature and include such celebrated writers as: • Samuel Beckett • Caryl Churchill • Anna Deavere Smith • Jean Genet • Sarah Kane • Heiner Müller • Arthur Miller • Harold Pinter • Sam Shephard Each short essay is written by one of an international team of academic experts and offers a detailed analysis of the playwright’s key works and career. The introduction provides an historical and theatrical context to the volume, which provides an invaluable overview of modern and contemporary drama.

Theatre Stuff

Author: Eamonn Jordan
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780953425716
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Theatre Stuff from the Author: Eamonn Jordan. Essays on contemporary Irish theatre