PEOPLE

DR. J.F. LARCHET

1884 - 1967

MUSICAL DIRECTOR

Play Title Playwright
A Leprecaun in the Tenement M.M. Brennan
A Royal Alliance Fergus O'Nolan
Aftermath T.C. Murray
Aliens Rose MacKenna
All's Over, Then? Lennox Robinson
An Talamh Tadhg Ó Donnchadha Padraic Colum
Aistriúchán ar 'The Land'
Aristotle's Bellows Lady Gregory
Atonement Dorothy Macardle
Black Oliver John Guinan
Cathleen Listens In Sean O'Casey
Church Street Lennox Robinson
Crabbed Youth and Age Lennox Robinson
Dave Lady Gregory
Ever the Twain Lennox Robinson
Fighting the Waves William Butler Yeats
In this dance play I have brought together 'The Only Jealousy of Emer' and another Irish story. At the opening Cuchulain is shown fighting the waves in a frenzy of grief for he has killed his son. Then we see him lying in a bed, a seemingly drowned man, attended by his wife Emer and another. He is not dead but entranced. The Goddess Fand who loves him comes seeking to entice him away; she is defeated by the love of Emer and Cuchulain awakes. The play closes with Fand's dance among the waves, the waves of her despair. W.B.Y.
First Aid George Shiels
Grasshopper Padraic Colum Eduard Von Keyserling
Hanrahan's Oath Lady Gregory
Insurance Money George Shiels
Juno and the Paycock Sean O'Casey
Let the Credit Go Bryan Cooper
Look at the Heffernans! Brinsley MacNamara
Mr. Murphy's Island Elizabeth Harte
Never the Time and the Place Lennox Robinson
Oedipus the King William Butler Yeats Sophocles
Parnell of Avondale W.R. Fearon
Parted Michael C. Madden
Paul Twyning George Shiels
Peter Rutherford Mayne
Portrait Lennox Robinson
Professor Tim George Shiels
Sable and Gold Maurice Dalton
Sheridan's Mills Norman Webb
Summer's Day Maura Molloy
The Bacac John Barnewall
The Big House Lennox Robinson
The Big Sweep M.M. Brennan
The Blind Wolf T.C. Murray
The Cat and The Moon William Butler Yeats
The Courting of Mary Doyle Edward McNulty
The Deaman in the House F Barrington
The Drapier Letters Arthur Power
The Dreaming of the Bones William Butler Yeats
The Drifters Frank J. Hugh O'Donnell
The Glorious Uncertainty Brinsley MacNamara
The Golden Apple Lady Gregory
The Image Lady Gregory
The Island of Saints and How to Get Out of It St. John Greer Ervine
The Jug of Sorrow William Patrick Ryan
The Land for the People Brinsley MacNamara
The Long Road to Garranbraher J. Bernard MacCarthy
The Master Brinsley MacNamara Brinsley MacNamara
Adapted by the author from his 1918 novel 'The Valley of the Squinting Windows'.
The Moon in the Yellow River Denis Johnston
Credited as E.W. Tocher
The Moral Law R.J. Ray
The New Gossoon George Shiels
The Old Man Dorothy Macardle
The Parnellite Seumus O'Kelly
The Piper Norreys Connell
The Piper of Tavran Bernard Duffy Douglas Hyde (Dubhghlas de hÍde)
The play is founded on 'The Friars of Urlaur' (Douglas Hyde's "Legends of Saints and Sinners")
The Plough and the Stars Sean O'Casey
The Retrievers George Shiels
The Revolutionist Terence J. MacSwiney
The Shadow of a Gunman Sean O'Casey
The Spoiling of Wilson R J Purcell
The Story Brought by Brigit Lady Gregory
"Our tradition and that of Gaelic Scotland, speak of St. Brigit as 'the foster-mother of Christ', and I have been told by poor women of Slieve Echtge that she succoured both Blessed Mother and Child when they were brought here by a Heavenly Messenger for safety in Herod's time, and that she 'kept an account of every drop of blood he lost through his lifetime'. So it is not going very far from that tradition to suppose she may have been present at the end of his life as at the beginning, and have told the story in her own way, as she had seen it in the body or in vision." A. Gregory
The Strong Hand R.J. Ray
The Suburban Groove W.F. Casey
The White Blackbird Lennox Robinson
The Woman Margaret O'Leary
The Would-Be Gentleman Lady Gregory Molière
Things That Are Caesar's Paul Vincent Carroll
Tommy Tom Tom Martin J McHugh

MUSICAL ADVISOR

Play Title Playwright
The Pipe in the Fields T.C. Murray

MOVEMENT DIRECTOR

Play Title Playwright
The Cross Roads Lennox Robinson
Originally written under the name S.L. Robinson

MUSIC BY

Play Title Playwright
The Pipe in the Fields T.C. Murray

ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR

Play Title Playwright
Ann Kavanagh Dorothy Macardle
Nic William Boyle