Abbey Theatre

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Abbey Theatre

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(Theatre) an influential theatre in Dublin (opened 1904): associated with it were Synge, Yeats, Lady Gregory, and O'Casey. It was destroyed by fire in 1951 but was rebuilt; it reopened in 1966
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1907: "Foul language" caused a riot in the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, on the first night of JM Synge's The Playboy Of The Western World.
1907: ''Foul language'' caused a riot in the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, on the first night of JM Synge's The Playboy Of The Western World.
It was eventually cut into nine large diamonds, the biggest two of which are in the UK Crown Jewels 1907: "Foul language" caused a riot in the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, on the first night of JM Synge's The Playboy Of The Western World.
Nicholas (Bush Theatre and Primary Stages, New York), The Weir (Royal Court, London; Duke of York's Theatre, West End and Walter Kerr Theater, New York; Laurence Olivier, Evening Standard, Critics' Circle and George Devine awards), Dublin Carol (Royal Court and Atlantic Theater, New York), Port Authority (Ambassadors Theatre, West End; Gate Theatre, Dublin and Atlantic Theater), Shining City (Royal Court, Gate Theatre and Manhattan Theatre Club, New York; Tony Award nomination for Best Play), The Seafarer (National Theatre, London; Abbey Theatre, Dublin and Booth Theater, New York; Laurence Olivier, Evening Standard and Tony Award nominations for Best Play), The Veil (National Theatre) and The Night Alive (Donmar Warehouse and Atlantic Theater).
All credit to a cast that shines under the directorship of Conall Morrison, responsible for last year's Macbeth and associate artist of the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.
Her career began in London in 1934, with a period of time spent working at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.