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The Wind of the Word

FORBHREATHNÚ

  • Drámadóir

    Mary Elizabeth Burke-Kennedy 

  • Nótaí

    A play for primary school students.

  • Achoimre

    A theatrical telling of the legend Labhrai Lionsaigh, the king with the donkey's ears. To hide his dread secret, Labhrai remains aloof and cold to all, including the princess who loves him. Deep in the forest on a hunting trip, Labhrai asks a young woodcutter to cut his hair. Seeing the king's ears, the woodcutter is bound to keep the king's secret. Unable to confide it even to his mother, the woodcutter becomes withdrawn and secretive. A druid tells the woodcutter to travel alone into the forest and tell it to the Tree of Good Counsel. As the wind rustles the leaves of the tree, the secret is whispered onto the wind.

  • Cinéal Dráma

    Drámaí don Aos Óg

    Líon na Míreanna

    Dráma Fada

  • Méid na Fóirne ( Fireann)

    4

  • Méid na Fóirne (Baineann)

    2

CÉAD LÉIRIÚ

  • Dáta an Chéad Léirithe

    15 Meitheamh 1981

  • Producer

    Léirithe ag TEAM Educational Theatre Company

  • Ionad an Chéad Léirithe

  • Nótaí faoin Ionad

    First performed as part of a tour to schools.

Foireann An Chéad Léirithe  
The Princess Bernie Downes
The Scottish Ambassador Jack Lynch
The Queen Ruth McCabe
Labhra Guy Carleton
Piper Mick Coyne
Eoin The Harper Paul Conway
Foireann Léirithe  
Stiúrthóir Susie Kennedy
Dearthóir Carol Betera
Grianghrafadóireacht Beth Ridgell
Riarthóir Tim O'Neill

SCRIPTEANNA NEAMHFHOILSITHE

  • Teagmháil

    Mary Elizabeth Burke-Kennedy

  • Seoladh

    Carrigahorig
    Nenagh
    Co. Tipperary
    Éire

  • Ríomhphost

    maryelizbk@gmail.com

EOLAS FAOI CHEARTA

  • Críoch

    Gach Limistéar

  • Cinéal Cearta

    Cearta Uilig

  • Teagmháil

    Mary Elizabeth Burke-Kennedy

  • Seoladh

    Carrigahorig
    Nenagh
    Co. Tipperary
    Éire

  • Ríomhphost

    maryelizbk@gmail.com

FOINSE EOLAIS

The information for this entry was taken from the original promotional material held in TEAM's archive.