The Nerve: The Country Girls: Episode 17

Jenny O'Connor (Developer), Una Kealy

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Abstract

In this episode of the podcast, Jenny is joined by Dr Úna Kealy, lecturer in English and Theatre Studies, and students from both of those disciplines, Aoife Molloy, Sinead Croarkin and Bronagh Sharpe. The topic under consideration is the production of The Country Girls now playing in the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, which WIT staff and students travelled to last week. The Country Girls, a novel banned upon its release in 1960 for its sexually explicit content, was adapted for the stage by the novel’s author Edna O’Brien, and this production (directed by Graham McLaren) invites lots of discussion over the rendering of its key themes and the fate of its protagonists, not to mention the role of the predatory Mr. Gentleman..!
Original languageEnglish (Ireland)
PublisherThe Nerve
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 14 Mar 2019

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