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Ibsen and Chekov on the Irish Stage Conceived in the spirit of a round table discussion, Ibsen and Chekhov on the Irish Stage is a collective study of the intricacies of trans cultural migration of dramatic works and a re examination of Irish theatre history from 1890 to the present day.

Ibsen and Chekov on the Irish Stage

Edited by : Ros Dixon and Irina Ruppo Malone

Publication Date 31st, March, 2013

ISBN 978-1-904-505-57-0

Cost 20.00

Ibsen and Chekhov on the Irish Stage presents articles on the theories of translation and adaptation, new insights on the work of Brian Friel, Frank McGuinness, Thomas Kilroy, and Tom Murphy, historical analyses of theatrical productions during the Irish Revival, interviews with contemporary theatre directors, and a round-table discussion with the playwrights, Michael West and Thomas Kilroy.

 

Ibsen and Chekhov on the Irish Stage challenges the notion that a country’s dramatic tradition develops in cultural isolation. It uncovers connections between past productions of plays by Ibsen and Chekhov and contemporary literary adaptations of their works by Irish playwrights, demonstrating the significance of international influence for the formation of national canon.   

 

Conceived in the spirit of a round-table discussion, Ibsen and Chekhov on the Irish Stage is a collective study of the intricacies of trans-cultural migration of dramatic works and a re-examination of Irish theatre history from 1890 to the present day.

 

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