Ireland's culture of theatre A presentation by A&R&L?!!

If the picture isn't already self explanatory, Mrs. Rachel was the head of this operation; thus, this wouldn't be possible without her. whoop-whoop!!

ladies and Gentlemen; hello there. this is the acknowledgements; thus, it is not a necessity to read this... thanks to Rachel, for the tech, Logan for the ideas and support, and Kyra for brainstorming!

Ireland's fashion in the 17th century.

The history of Irish theatre began with the increase in the English Administration in Dublin, which is the Capital city in Ireland, at the start of the 17th century. Over the succeeding 400 years, the small province produced a large contribution to drama in English.

the first well-documented script of theatrical production in Ireland; written by Thomas Sackville & Thomas Norton, and preformed by Lord Mountjoy Deputy of Ireland.

Lord Mountjoy, performer of the script above, established a fashion, and, looking forward, provided private performances as commonplace in great houses all over Ireland for 30 years.

Dionysius Lardner Boursiquot (top left), Isaac Bickerstaffe (top right), Oscar Wilde (bottom left),
Created By
Logan Mincks
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