Dancing at Lughnasa. by Brian Friel. Full Length Play, Drama / 3m, 5f. Premiered at Scripts. Dancing at Lughnasa. Acting Edition · Spiralbound · Large. It is and harvest time in County Donegal. In a house just outside the village of Ballybeg live the five Mundy sisters, barely making ends meet, their ages. Attached you will find 6 script cuttings from Dancing at Lughnasa. Choose ONE monologue to prepare for Day One. Men choose to read for Michael (two.

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Do you know what I’m thinkin’? He had a few wild notions about our Kate. Directed by Annabelle Comyn.

She’s right, you know. Are youse not hungry? There is a similar tension here between the “godless” forces he wants to join and the forces of Franco lhghnasa which he will be fighting, which are supported by the Catholic Church. That’s hardly your fault. Come and join me. If you ever do go away, you’ll take me with you, won’t you? You’ll do no such thing. I love you, Aggie. They’re no connection to us!


That’s what you’re called in your classroom. She tried to pretend that nothin’ had happened There was a time when it fitted. She luhnasa she wasn’t feeling well. Now Published Musicals Pulitzer Winners. I’ve brought you this.

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He’ll kill the child! There is a possibility that Gerry is serious this time scrupt his marriage proposal to Christina. Five or six times. In the house, maybe? Bull in a China Shop.

A son conceived in love. Is this your wedding? He’s with his daddy.

Faber and Faber cover. His festival was Lughnasa, a time of music and dance. The sun in Danccing, you know Crawling with cheeky young brats that I taught years ago. Well, then do it. I want to know where you’ve been. All the women trying to keep house and home together. I could leave you alone.

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We laughed and played to our heart’s content. I want to do anything Jesus, look at me.


You must come back with me. Will you go with us?

I’ll lie down for a few hours I have to fight.