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Records of Lantern Theatre, Dublin,


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In Collection: Records of Lantern Theatre, Dublin, 1957-1975.
Description: The Theatre was founded by Patrick and Josephine Funge and by Liam Miller.

Includes playscripts: The red-haired man by Geraldine Kalka Cash; The midnight court translated by Arland Ussher; The empty chair by Peter Ustinov; Necropolis by Roger McShane [pseud., i.e. Noel de Chenu]; Héloise. By James Forsyth; The road round Ireland, based on poems of Padraic Colum; a translation of Artur Marya Swinarski's Złota Wieża; dramatic adaptations by Patrick Funge and David Krause of Sean O'Casey's Autobiographies; The challengers by Padraic Colum; The revolution by James J. McAuley; The spirit of the nation by Patrick Funge and Liam Miller; Lens by Diarmuid Ó Súilleabháin; A beginning of truth by G.P. Gallivan; Just keep listening, and, When the wine is cold, both by John Kendrick; Sympathies by Kevin Carmody.

Correspondents include: John Arden, Ronald Ayling, Austin Clarke, Padraic Colum, Séamus De Búrca, James Forsyth, Monk Gibbon, David Krause, Lady Longford, Lyric Players' Theatre, Donagh MacDonagh, Richard Morris, Eileen O'Casey, Séamus Ó Néill, Mrs. Georgie Yeats and Michael Yeats.
Main Creator: Lantern Theatre (Dublin, Ireland)
Citation: National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts
Language: English
Extent: 5 boxes.
Call Number: MS Collection List 87 (Manuscripts Reading Room)