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Author: Claudia Harris
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The Charabanc Theatre Company played a major role in Northern Ireland's theatrical renaissance during the 1980s

The Charabanc Theatre Company played a major role in Northern Ireland's theatrical renaissance during the 1980s. Charabanc was formed by five out-of-work Belfast actresses (Marie Jones, Maureen Macaulay, Eleanor Methven, Carol Moore, Brenda Winter) who first collected stories and then collaborated in writing and performing highly original plays for enthusiastic audiences. The Charabanc Theatre Company played a major role in Northern Ireland's theatrical renaissance during the 1980s.

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Four plays by Marie Jones and the Company. Personal Name: Harris, Claudia W. Formatted Contents Note: Now you're talking Gold in the streets Girls in the big picture Somewhere over the balcony. Personal Name: Jones, Marie. Corporate Name: Charabanc Theatre Company. Rubrics: Feminist theater Northern Ireland. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Harris, Claudia . ''Reinventing Women: Charabanc Theatre Company'' in The State of Play: Irish Theatre in the 'Nineties, Eberhard Bort e. Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 1996: 104-123. Sullivan, Megan . Gendered States: Literature, Film, and Theatre in Northern Ireland, doctoral dissertation, University of Rhode Island, 1995.

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She helped found the Charabanc Theatre Company, an all-women touring group. It was created to help counteract the lack of roles for women, and which produced a series of collaboratively written original works. The group’s first play, Lay Up Your Ends, based on a strike by mill girls in the early part of the 20th century, was an immediate hit. She remained with Charabanc until 1990 when she left and co-founded the DubbelJoint theatre group in 1991. She wrote five plays for the Replay Theatre Company, including Under Napoleon’s Nose (1988).

The Charabanc Theatre Company played a major role in Northern Ireland's theatrical renaissance during the 1980s. Charabanc was formed by five out-of-work Belfast actors (Marie Jones, Maureen Macaulay. Eleanor Methven, Carol Moore, Brenda Winter) who first collected stories and then collaborated in writing and performing highly original plays for enthusiastic audiences. From 1983 to 1995, the company toured twenty-tour productions extensively throughout Ireland and the world, spreading their own particular brand of exuberant, dark humour. The four plays in this collection represent the creative high point of the company.