Tags » James Joyce

Riverrun: Melodio[sities] in pure effusion

Theatre Review by Frances Devlin-Glass

Riverrun, devised, co-directed and performed by Olwen Fouéré at the Adelaide Festival, seen on 1 March 2015.

From the moment one entered the theatre, one was aware of a highly disciplined performer. 1,923 more words

Of Literary Interest

Training Diary: The Dubliners

Well, the announcement was the easy part, and it’s heartening to see that the responses have been positive. I was afraid that Joyce fans would be angry with the idea of reading… 1,024 more words

James Joyce

Interview With a VoiceGeek: Patrick Horgan

From whence comes artistic immortality for the actor?

I suppose we should be glad to take it where we can get it, but the great fantasy of being the next Marlon Brando or Meryl Streep with triumphs registered in the historical archive under… 2,629 more words

JoycePlanet Navigation

"One Hundred Days of Rain is a Few Too Many"

Lots of great stuff in Whether 7, the “Cold” issue, including an entertaining roundtable discussion of James Joyce’s story “The Dead” with the editors of… 135 more words

Reviews

Joyce Roundtable

Civilized Grownups: A Discussion of James Joyce’s “The Dead”

THE EDITORS OF WHETHER • March 4th 2015

In which the editors of Whether discuss James Joyce’s classic not-so-short story “The Dead”, as well as John Huston’s 1987 film version. 4,427 more words

Issue 7

World Read Aloud Day

Happy World Read Aloud Day to one and all!

In celebration, let’s all sit around the digital fire and listen to one of the greatest storytellers of all time.  28 more words

Adaptation of Joyce's Finnegan's Wake debuts in Dundalk IT today

‘Mouths Making Water’, an adaptation of Finnegan’s Wake, will launch today in Dundalk IT and run until Friday.

Adapted and directed by Marc-Ivan O’Gorman, an award-winning filmmaker, theatre director and composer, from James Joyce’s challenging ‘Finnegan’s Wake’, the play will be performed by final year students on the BA in Performing Arts tonight, Thursday and Friday in the MacAnna Theatre on the DKIT campus at 8pm. 408 more words

Local Events