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Louis D"Alton and the Abbey Theatre

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D"Alton, Louis., Abbey Theatre., Dramatists, Irish -- 20th century -- Biography., Theatrical managers -- Ireland -- Biography., Theater -- Ireland -- Dublin -- History -- 20th century., Traveling theater -- Ireland -- History -- 20th century., Theater and society -- Ireland -- History -- 20th cen


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StatementCiara O"Farrell.
LC ClassificationsPR6007.A49 Z84 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination240 p. [16] p. of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3452134M
ISBN 101851828680
LC Control Number2005360096

Louis D'Alton and the Abbey Theatre [O'Farrell, Ciara] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Louis D'Alton and the Abbey Theatre. Louis D’Alton ( – ), writer and actor, was born Louis DAlton and the Abbey Theatre book Dalton at Fairview, Dublin, on 24 Mayeldest of five children (of whom two sons and a daughter survived to adulthood) of Frank Dalton, actor and theatre producer, and his wife Catherine (née Lynch).

Louis later adopted the D’Alton spelling of his surname. Having been a civil servant and part-time cartoonist, Dalton’s career gravitated towards the theatre. Having had some of his earlier plays staged by the Abbey, he was brought in as a producer and even after his untimely death at the age of 50 infurther plays of his were produced at the Abbey with even greater success.

Eager to develop a film industry in Ireland, with business partner Louis Elliman, he worked out a deal with the Abbey Theatre to make films, some based on Abbey plays, and using Abbey : Sean Boyne.

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The Abbey Theatre has a long association with Tom Murphy. Others spread the Abbey influence to other places—George Shiels, Rutherford Mayne, Louis Dalton, and Joseph Tomelty working out of the Ulster Literary Theatre Louis DAlton and the Abbey Theatre book Belfast (opened in ), Paul Vincent Carroll helping the Scottish playwright James Bridie to found the Glasgow Citizens’ Theatre (), and many other playwrights developing out.

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He introduced his pupils to books, writers and the theatre. On the head of this Eamon went to see Louis Dalton's company, at the town hall, in 'Juno and the Paycock'. 'It was my first time seeing actors on a stage and the humour, the agony and the tragedy of the play touched me to the quick'.

Abbey Theatre, both during his lifetime and after his death. 7 Macken () was an actor, novelist, and playwright from County Galway. 8 Shiels () was a native of County Antrim, and after living in the US for a short time, returned to Antrim to stay. His plays were produced by the Ulster Literary Theatre and the Abbey Theatre.

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O'Neill, and Tchekov. With the Abbey Theatre he played the English major in Louis Dalton's “This Other Eden” which was the longest run the Abbey had ever had. He did a great deal of T.V. work- notably Canon Brown in “The Riordan's”, Liam in “The Irish R.M.”, “The Loves of Cass Maguire” and “The Treaty”.

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He was also a member of the Radio Eireann Players and continued to broadcast in later years despite having passed his 90th year. In later years he returned to acting with much aplomb in the Abbey Theatre, The.

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