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"In Ireland He's Considered an Irish-American Playwright": Eugene O'Neill, A Touch of the Poet, and the Irish Play

"In Ireland He's Considered an Irish-American Playwright": Eugene O'Neill, A Touch of... <p>ABSTRACT:</p><p>This article examines the ways in which the US theatergoing public discussed and valued Irishness on stage in the early twenty-first century. It does so through examination of the public discourse which surrounded the 2005 revival of Eugene O&apos;Neill&apos;s <i>A Touch of the Poet</i>, which starred Gabriel Byrne and which underscored elements of Irishness for the production, play, and playwright.</p> http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Eugene O'Neill Review Penn State University Press

"In Ireland He&apos;s Considered an Irish-American Playwright": Eugene O&apos;Neill, A Touch of the Poet, and the Irish Play

Eugene O'Neill Review , Volume 39 (1) – Apr 24, 2018

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Abstract

<p>ABSTRACT:</p><p>This article examines the ways in which the US theatergoing public discussed and valued Irishness on stage in the early twenty-first century. It does so through examination of the public discourse which surrounded the 2005 revival of Eugene O&apos;Neill&apos;s <i>A Touch of the Poet</i>, which starred Gabriel Byrne and which underscored elements of Irishness for the production, play, and playwright.</p>

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Eugene O'Neill ReviewPenn State University Press

Published: Apr 24, 2018

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