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Title Perspectives on contemporary Irish theatre : populating the stage / Anne Etienne, Thierry Dubost, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]

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Subject Theater -- Ireland -- History.
Irish drama -- History and criticism.
English drama -- Irish authors -- History and criticism.
Alt Name Dubost, Thierry, 1958-
Etienne, Anne,
Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents pt. 1: Dramaturgical approaches -- Innovation meets evocation: Tom Mac Intyre's plays at the Peacock Theatre/ Marie Kelly -- From dementia to utopia: tragedy and transcendence in Frank McGuinness's The Hanging Gardens/ Matthieu Kolb -- Women and scarecrows: Marina Carr's stage bodies / Mary Noonan -- McDonagh's "True, Lonesome West" / Maria Isabel Seguro -- The physical and verbal theatre of Michael West / Nicholas Grene -- A dark rosebud on the Irish stage: Ailis Ni Riain's Tallest Man in the World -- Thierry Dubost -- pt. 2: Practitioners' voices -- Death of a playwright / Geoff Gould -- Looking back and forward on sound design: Irish theatre transformed / Cormac O'Connor -- Lightning in a bottle: the BrokenCrow experiment / Ronan FitzGibbon -- Interview with Brid O Gallchoir / Anne Etienne, Thierry Dubost and Brid O Gallchoir -- Interview with Pat Kinevane / Anne Etienne and Pat Kinevane -- Interview with Mark O'Rowe / Thierry Dubost, Anne Etienne and Mark O'Rowe -- Edna Walsh, in conversation with Ger FitzGibbon / Ger FitzGibbon and Enda Walsh -- pt. 3: Political and societal reflections on the stage: Slump and punk in Ray Scannell's Losing Steam: envisioning corcadorca / Anne Etienne -- Through a glass, darkly: Priests on the contemporary Irish stage / Virginie Roche-Tiengo --Populating the Irish stage with (dis)abled bodies: Sanctuary by Christian O'Reilly and the Blue Teapot Company / Katarzyna Ojrzynska -- Queering the Irish stage: shame, sexuality, and the politics of testimonial / Cormac O'Brien -- A genered absence: feminist theatre, Glasshouse Productions and the #WTF movement / Patricia O'Beirne.
Summary This book addresses the notion posed by Thomas Kilroy in his definition of a playwright's creative process: 'We write plays, I feel, in order to populate the stage'. It gathers eclectic reflections on contemporary Irish theatre from both Irish theatre practitioners and international academics. The eighteen contributions offer innovative perspectives on Irish theatre since the early 1990s up to the present, testifying to the development of themes explored by emerging and established playwrights as well as to the (r)evolutions in practices and approaches to the stage that have taken place in the last thirty years. This cross-disciplinary collection devotes as much attention to contextual questions and approaches to the stage in practice as it does to the play text in its traditional and revised forms. The essays and interviews encourage dialectic exchange between analytical studies on contemporary Irish theatre and contributions by theatre practitioners.
Note Description based on print version record.
ISBN 9783319597102 (electronic bk.)
3319597108 (electronic bk.)
9783319597096
3319597094
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-59710-2
OCLC # 1007929998
Additional Format Print version: Perspectives on contemporary Irish theatre. Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 2017 9783319597096 3319597094 (OCoLC)985081763



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