The Silver Tassie

Playwright Seán O'Casey
Director Michael McCarthy
Company Everyman
Stage Everyman Playhouse
Cast Pat Butler, David Twomey, Stan Bradford, Catherine Mahon, Joe O'Gorman, Valerie Carroll, Máirín Morrish, Patricia Mackesy, Denis McSweeney, Jim Queally, Tony Morrissey, Alex Hegarty, Donal Clifford, Frank Corkery, Joe Stockdale, Chris O'Shea, Aidan Stanley, Brian Crotty, John Hosford, Alfie O'Shea, Donal Roche, Betty Murphy, Frank Clancy, Raymond Corry
Opening Date 30 August 1976
Other Information Seán O'Casey's play, The Silver Tassie was Seán O'Casey's passionate but critical commentary on imperialist wars. The play portrays not only the upheaval of the First World War and the human suffering endured on the Western Front but also the cruelties of daily life in the slums of inner-city Dublin. The Silver Tassie was a major undertaking for the Everyman company in terms of casting, staging, costumes, music, sound and research. It played for three weeks at the Everyman Playhouse from 30 August to 18 September.
Sources of Material Copy of programme: Michael Twomey
Newspaper articles: Cork City Libraries

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Newspaper Articles
Evening Echo, 21 August 1976, p.5
Evening Echo, 28 August 1976, p.5
Evening Echo, 4 September 1976, p.5

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