PEOPLE

MICHAEL LAMBERT

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CARPENTER

Play Title Playwright
A Flutter of Wings T.C. Murray
Anything But the Truth Christine Longford
Ascendancy Lord Longford
Autumn Margaret Kennedy Gregory Ratoff
from the Russian of Ilya Surguchev
Breakdown Eugene McCabe
Bride Ulick Burke
Carmilla Lord Longford Sheridan Le Fanu
Adapted from J. Sheridan Le Fanu by the Earl of Longford
Decision at Easter G.P. Gallivan
Diarmuid and Grainne Micheál Mac Liammóir
First presented in Irish at the Taibhdhearc, Galway. English translation by the author.
Dublin One Hugh Leonard James Joyce
Based on Short Stories by James Joyce
Gone Tomorrow Tom Coffey
Grania of the Ships David Sears
Here's Your Uncle George! Peter Powell
Love and a Bottle Bill Morrison Michael Ruggins George Farquhar
Mr. Supple Christine Longford
Mrs. Howard's Husband Seamus De Burca
Stephen D. Hugh Leonard James Joyce
Tankardstown Christine Longford
Tartufe Lord Longford Molière
Based on the classic French comedy of the same name (1664)
The Absentee Christine Longford Maria Edgeworth
Based on the 1812 novel of the same name
The Boys and Girls are Gone Seamus De Burca
The Dalers Paddy Cullen
The Family Way Hugh Leonard Eugène Labiche
Adapted from "Celimare, Le Bien-Aime" by Eugene Labiche
The Golden Cuckoo Denis Johnston
The Horse Dealer John Molloy
The Ice Goddess James Douglas
The Lady of the Manor Carolyn Swift Lea Goldberg
Adapted from T. Carmi's translation from the Hebrew of Lea Goldberg's play 'The Lady of the Castle'.
The Passion of Peter Ginty Hugh Leonard Henrik Ibsen
A new version of the original play Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen
The Poker Session Hugh Leonard
The Saints go Cycling In Hugh Leonard Flann O'Brien
The Third Day John Kelly (3)
Three Leopards Cecil Monson
Tzar Paul J. Alford Th. Komisarjevsky Dimitri Merijkowski
Uncle Silas Christine Longford J. Sheridan Le Fanu
Adapted by Christine Longford from the Novel by J. Sheridan Le Fanu.
Wuthering Heights Ria Mooney Donald Stauffer Emily Brontë
Adapted from the novel of Emily Bronte
Youth's the Season -? Mary Manning (1)
A tragi-comedy of Dublin Life, in three acts.