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Ualach an Uaignis

OVERVIEW

  • Playwright

    Micheál Ó Conghaile(2) 

  • Adapted / Translated From

    Martin McDonagh 

  • Author Notes

    Aistriúchán ar 'The Lonesome West', dráma de thríológ Leenane.

  • Setting

    Iarthar na hÉireann. Inniu (2002).

  • Notes

    Léiríodh é seo mar chuid d'Fhéile 2002.

  • Synopsis

    A translation of one of the three plays in Martin McDonagh's Leenane Trilogy. Valene and Coleman are two brothers who have lived together for years with constant petty squabbling. Now after their father's death, and following the exhortations of the local priest, a new understanding could develop.

  • Play Type

    Adaptation/Translation

    Number Of Acts

    Full-Length

  • Cast Size Male

    3

  • Cast Size Female

    1

ORIGINAL PRODUCTION

Original Cast  
Father Welsh Michael Tierney
Veailín Connor Pádraig Ó Tuairisc
Girleen Kelleher Linda Bhreathnach
Cólman Connor Tommy Ceven Ó Niaidh
Production Team  
Director Páraic Breathnach
Set Designer Vanya Lambrecht
Lighting Designer Michael Byrne (2)
Sound Jack Cawley
Special Effects Mike Regan
Assistant Designer Mary Doyle
Production Manager Peter Ashton
Stage Manager Jane Talbot
Assistant Stage Manager Loretta Kennedy
Set Construction Midie Corcoran
Set Construction Conor Nolan
Programme Cló Iar-Chonnachta
English Synopsis Séamas Ó Murchú

TRANSLATIONS

  • Published in Irish as

  • Title

    Ualach an Uaignis

  • Year

    2002

  • Published By

    Cló Iar-Chonnachta

  • Address

    Cló Iar-Chonnachta
    Indreabhán, Conamara
    Co na Gaillimhe
    Republic of Ireland

  • Phone

    353 91 593 307

  • Website

    www.cic.ie

  • ISBN

    9781902420646

RIGHTS INFORMATION

  • Territory

    All Territories

  • Rights Type

    All Rights

  • Contact

    Mícheál Ó Conghaile

  • Address

    c/o Cló Iar-Chonnachta
    Indreabhán
    Contae na Gaillimhe
    Republic of Ireland

SOURCE OF INFORMATION

Fuarthas an t-eolas seo ó bhileog fhógraíochta do 'Féile 2002', féile ealaíon chomhaimseartha Ghaeilge i nGaillimh.