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 Opening Night - The Playboy of the Western World

 


On October 16, 2008, the Irish Studies Department and the Department of Drama, Theatre & Dance held a special reception to celebrate the opening night of J.M. Synge's The Playboy of the Western World. In attendance were celebrated Irish actor, and QC Artist in Residence for October 2008, Stephen Rea, along with various QC faculty, administration and alumni.

 

 

 Students at Iron Age fort Dun Chonchúir on Inis Meáin

Irish Studies faculty with Irish actor Stephen Rea: Kevin Whelan (Univ. of Notre Dame, Dublin), Patrick McGough (History, QC),Jeff Cassvan (English, QC),Clare Carroll and Stephen Rea.

Nessa Cronin (Irish Studies, NUI Galway), Susan Einhorn (Drama, Theatre & Dance), and Clare Carroll.

 Stephen Rea, Clare Carroll, Susan Einhorn and QC President James L. Muyskens.

 

 

 

Annemarie Acosta (keyboard), Conor McGuirk (accordian), and Patrick Mangan (fiddle) entertain reception attendees.

Broadway dialect coach Stephen Gabis (center) with Nessa Cronin.

Stephen Rea (right) chats with Irish Studies faculty Clare Carroll and Patrick McGough.

 

 
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