History comes alive this weekend at APU’s Grant Hall Theatre as Eire 1916: A Tale of Revolution comes to the stage. Inspired by the events of the so-called “Easter Rising” or “Easter Rebellion”, which happened 100 years ago this month in Ireland, Eire 1916: A Tale of Revolution uses a mix of live actors, multi-media and music to tell its tale. Phillip Price, who did the lion’s share of research for the project (and also appears in the play) joins Director Rodney Lamb and Actor Jodi Clark this week on Stage Talk. The play is produced in association with The Irish Club of Alaska.
- Phillip Price, Researcher and Actor, Eire 1916: A Tale of Revolution
- Rodney Lamb, Director, Eire 1916: A Tale of Revolution
- Jodi Clark, “Margaret Keogh”: Eire 1916: A Tale of Revolution
ORIGINAL BROADCAST: Friday, April 22, at 2:45 p.m.
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