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Contemporary Irish Plays: Freefall Forgotten Drum Belly Planet Belfast Desolate Heaven The Boys of Foley Street

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by Michael West & Pat Kinevane & Richard Dormer
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Contemporary Irish Plays: Freefall Forgotten Drum Belly Planet Belfast Desolate Heaven The Boys of Foley Street by Michael West & Pat Kinevane & Richard Dormer

Contemporary Irish Plays showcases the new drama that has emerged since 2008. Featuring a blend of established and emerging writers, the anthology shows how Irish writers are embracing new methods of theatre-making to explore exciting new themes � while also finding new ways to come to terms with the legacies of the Troubles and the Celtic Tiger.

Freefall is a sharp, humorous and exhilarating look at the fragility of a human life, blending impressionistic beauty, poignancy and comedy.

Forgotten features the interconnecting stories of four elderly people living in retirement homes and care facilities around Ireland, who range in age from 80 to 100 years old.

Drum Belly is a fascinating play about the Irish mafia in late 1960s' New York. It premiered at the Abbey Theatre in 2012.

Previously unpublished, Planet Belfast by Rosemary Jenkinson is about a woman named Alice � Stormont's only Green MLA who must toe a delicate line between large, sectarian power bases in order to promote an environmental agenda in Northern Ireland.

Desolate Heaven is a story about two young girls hoping to find freedom from home in the trappings of love. It was first performed at Theatre 503, London, in 2013

Written for the 2012 Dublin Theatre Festival, and previously unpublished, The Boys of Foley Street by Louise Lowe is a piece of site-specific theatre which led audience members on a tour of the backstreets of inner-city Dublin.

Edited by the leading scholar on Irish theatre, Patrick Lonergan, Contemporary Irish Plays is a timely reminder of the long-held tradition and strength of Irish theatre which blossoms even in its new-found circumstan

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Pages: 400
Size: 479 KB
Publisher: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781472576699 (DRM-EPUB)

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