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The theatre of Tom Mac Intyre

Bernadette Sweeney

The theatre of Tom Mac Intyre

"strays from the ether"

by Bernadette Sweeney

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Published by Carysfort Press in Dublin, Ireland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criticism and interpretation

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesStrays from the ether
    Statementedited by Bernadette Sweeney and Marie Kelly
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR6063.A2423 Z79 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvi, 334 p. :
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24884509M
    ISBN 101904505465
    ISBN 109781904505464
    LC Control Number2010673909
    OCLC/WorldCa701027382

    Performing Women in Tom Mac Intyre's Drama in, editor(s)Bernie Sweeney, The Theatre of Tom Mac Intyre: Strays from the Ether, Dublin, Ireland, Carysfort University Press, , pp, [Sarah-Jane Scaife] Book Chapter, Dr Catriona Ryan. Dr Catriona Ryan is an Irish poet and academic. She has an international reputation for her work in Irish fiction and theatre. In Catriona published a book on the work of Tom Mac intyre which was hailed by the distinguished professor of English literature at Glasgow university as a ‘pioneering work of criticism’.

    The great hunger: poem into play. Patrick Kavanagh, Tom Mac Intyre. Lilliput, - Drama - 83 pages. 0 Reviews. Includes both the poem and the play, with textual notes and a critical essay about the works. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in . Renowned as a writer’s theatre it has contributed some of the world’s greatest theatrical works from such writers as J M Synge and Sean O’Casey through to modern day classics from Brian Friel, Tom Murphy, Frank McGuinness, Hugh Leonard, Tom Mac Intyre and Sebastian on: Dublin.

    (shelved 7 times as theatre-theory) avg rating — 3, ratings — published The final play in the collection, Tom Mac Intyre's Sheep's Milk on the Boil is set on a remote island off the Irish coast. The Irish Dramatic Revival Book Title.


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The theatre of Tom Mac Intyre by Bernadette Sweeney Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The theatre of Tom Mac Intyre: 'strays from the ether'. [Bernadette Sweeney; Marie Kelly, (Drama and theatre studies lecturer);] -- This anthology captures the soul of Mac Intyre's dramatic canon - its ethereal qualities, its extraordinary diversity, its emphasis on the poetic and on performance - in an extensive range of visual.

Irish playwright and poet Tom MacIntyre has died aged 87 following a long illness. Born in Co Cavan inMacIntyre was best known for his theatre work, in particular The Great Hunger, an Author: Martin Doyle.

Tom MacIntyre (10 December – 31 October ) was an Irish poet, playwright and writer. Born in Cavan, he grew up in Bailieborough with his four siblings, and briefly worked as a pharmaceutical chemist, before deciding to write. MacIntyre played as a goalkeeper for the Cavan junior team which won the Ulster Championship inand reportedly, also played in the same position for the.

Get this from a library. The Theatre of Tom Mac Intyre: Strays from the Ether. [Bernadette Sweeney; Marie Kelly, (Drama and theatre studies lecturer)] -- An anthology of. Border States in the Work of Tom Mac Intyre Book Summary: This work analyses the prose and drama of the Irish writer Tom Mac Intyre and the concept of paleo-postmodernism.

It examines how Mac Intyre balances traditional themes with experimentation, which in the Irish literary canon is unusual. Programme Note Peacock Theatre, Tom Mac Intyre Masks: Introduction to Portia Coughlan from the Dazzling Dark Frank McGuinness Portia Coughlan.

Programme Note Peacock Theatre, Tom Mac Intyre Shooting from the of Portia Coughlan, Sunday Times Peacock Theatre, Medb Ruane Writing in Greek: By the Bog of Cats Format: Paperback. Tom MacIntyre: Writer who spoke to world from island off west of Ireland Late poet and playwright was a storyteller who used his own silence to listen Thu,Author: Justin O’Brien.

The Abbey Theatre shares its deep regret today at the loss of a man of many talents - poet, author, Aosdána member, former Cavan goalkeeper and beloved playwright Tom MacIntyre. A Glance Will Tell You and a Dream Confirm by Tom Mac Intyre (1-Nov) Paperback Paperback by tom-macintyre Hardcover.

$ $ 15 What Happened Bridgie Cleary: A Play (Abbey Theatre Playscript) Jan 1, by tom-mac-intyre Paperback. $ $ 6 As the first published collection of articles on the theatre of Marina Carr, this volume explores the world of Carr's theatrical imagination, the place of her plays in contemporary theatre in Ireland and abroad and the significance of her highly individual voice.

These essays examine Carr's highly original voice, and place her plays in the context of current theatre in Ireland and abroad. Hickey, Tom. ‘Tom Mac Intyre Border Country Bandit.’ The Theatre of Tom Mac Intyre: Strays from the Ether.

Eds. Bernadette Sweeney and Marie Kelly. Dublin: Carysfort Press, Author: Marie Kelly. "Tom Mac Intyre's What Happened Bridgie Cleary centres on the infamous true story of the burning of Bridgie Cleary in Reuniting Bridgie with her husband and lover, both of whom are haunted by their love for her and their role in her terrible death, Tom Mac Intyre's dramatic fantasia delves into the dark alliance of superstition, fear and.

Y first meeting with Tom Mac Intyre took place in Houricans public house on Lower Leeson Street, Dublin, in March He approached me and asked me if I would be interested in perform-ing in a play he had written about Paddy Kavanagh, which was to be staged by the Project Arts Centre as part of the Dublin Theatre Fes-tival the following October.

IF you want to play football but you have the artist’s way, says Tom Mac Intyre, there’s a fair chance you’ll end up in goals.

Albert Camus did, so did Patrick Kavanagh – Mac Intyre too. Performing Women in Tom Mac Intyre's Drama in, editor(s)Bernie Sweeney, The Theatre of Tom Mac Intyre: Strays from the Ether, Dublin, Ireland, Carysfort University Press,pp, [Sarah-Jane Scaife] Book Chapter; Published; Peer Reviewed; Author Profile: SCAIFES.

Tom Mac Intyre, award-winning playwright, poet and Aosdána member, has died at the age of Probably best-known for The Great Hunger, his stage adaptation of Patrick Kavanagh’s poem, he was also the winner of The Irish Times/ESB Irish Theatre Best New Play Award in and the Stewart Parker Prize in and his writing was published by Faber, New Island, Lilliput Press and Gallery.

Dr Catriona Ryan is a poet, theorist and academic author. In she published a book on the theatre of Tom Mac Intyre which was described by Professor Willy Maley (Glasgow University) as a ‘pioneering work of criticism.’ She created a new critical theory, paleo-postmodernism, for that research and is now extending it to other research areas.

Obituary: Tom MacIntyre – playwright, poet and novelist who was a provocative figure in Irish theatre by Michael Quinn - Playwright, poet and novelist Tom MacIntyre was one of the most provocative figures in recent Irish theatre, his avantgarde-accented work challenging theatremakers and audiences alike.

In she published a monograph on the prose and theatre of Tom Mac Intyre entitled, Border States in the Work of Tom Mac Intyre: A Paleo-Postmodern Perspective (Cambridge Scholars ) which has received critical acclaim. Dr Ryan is a world authority on the writings of Tom Mac Intyre. She has had numerous poems anthologised in : Catriona Ryan.

In I published a book on the theatre of Tom Mac Intyre which was described by Professor Willy Maley (Glasgow University) as a ‘pioneering work of criticism.’ Professor Maley also credited me, in his review, of being the first to formally link the aesthetics of Joyce and Yeats through my.

Ramor Theatre and Cavan Arts Office together with his family present A Memorial Celebration of the Life of Poet, Playwright and Man of Letters, Tom Mac Intyre, in the Ramor Theatre, Virginia, Co Cavan this Saturday, 30 November at 8pm.of Mac Intyre’s collection of short stories Find the Lady, and two of his plays, The Great Hunger and Rise up Lovely Sweeney, which focuses on the construction of Irish identity in a paleo-postmodern context.

Paleo-postmodernism is a term I have created to describe the unique aesthetics of Tom Mac Intyre.Tom Mac Intyre is an Irish poet, playwright and short story writer. Born in Cavan inTom Mac Intyre writes in Irish and English. He has had many plays performed by the Abbey Theatre, most notably Good Evening Mr.

Collins, The Great Hunger, Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoghaire and What Happened Bridgie Cleary. The Gallant John-Joe, written especially for Tom Hickey, toured Ireland in and has.