Seamus Heaney, Colonialism, and the Cure: Sophoclean Re-Visions

1.1 Reference code: 
7956
1.3 Date: 
2000
1.5 Media: 
Print-out
1.5 Extent and media: 
3.1 Content: 
journal article
3.1 Scope and Content: 
4.1 Conditions of Access: 
refer to archivist
4.2 Conditions of Reproduction: 
refer to archivist
5.1 Existence of Originals: 
5.2 Copies in Archive: 
6.1 Archivist's note: 
Performing Arts Journal, no.66, pp.1-18
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Related productions

Production First performed Venues
Oedipus the King (1926) 1926 Abbey Theatre (Dublin, Munster, Republic of Ireland)
Oedipus at Colonus (1927) 1927 Abbey Theatre (Dublin, Munster, Republic of Ireland)
The Cure at Troy (1990) 1990 Guildhall (Derry, City of Derry, Northern Ireland), Kiln Theatre [previously Tricycle Theatre] (London, Greater London, England), The Lyric, The Lyric Theatre (Belfast, City of Belfast, Northern Ireland), Convent of Mercy (Galway, Connaught, Republic of Ireland), Town Hall (Dundalk, Leinster, Republic of Ireland), Town Hall (Cavan, Ulster, Republic of Ireland), Convent of Mercy Hall (Ballyshannon, Leinster, Republic of Ireland), Hawk’s Well Theatre (Sligo, Connacht, Republic of Ireland), Riverside Theatre (Coleraine, N Ireland, Northern Ireland), Ardhowen Theatre (Enniskillen, N Ireland, Northern Ireland), Abbey Theatre (Dublin, Munster, Republic of Ireland), Shesburn Recreation Centre (Ballycastle, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland), Parochial Centre (Cookstown, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland), St Patrick’s Hall (Armagh, Armagh District, Northern Ireland), Everyman Palace Theatre (Cork, Munster, Republic of Ireland), Town Hall (Omagh, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland), St Agnes’ Parish Centre (Andersonstown, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland), Holy Family Hall (Ennis, Munster, Republic of Ireland), St Brigid’s College (Callan, Leinster, Republic of Ireland), Belltable Arts Centre (Limerick, Munster, Republic of Ireland), Newcastle Leisure Centre (Newcastle, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland)
The Bacchae (2000) 2000 unknown venue (England)

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Seamus Heaney, Colonialism, and the Cure: Sophoclean Re-Visions, accessed at http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/ <22 April 2024>