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Siobhan McKenna

Siobhan McKenna, the great lady of Irish theatre, as Winnie in Samuel Beckett's "Happy Days" reads ultimate destiny on a toothbrush handle, one of a series of portraits of women in the literature of Irish authors exhibited in "Here Are Ladies".

Oliver

Rehearsal of Oliver, held in Loyola College. From left to right, Pierre Fregeau as Balloon-seller, Heather Stanley as Oliver, Carol McCormick as Nancy, an unidentified woman, Chris Barry as a man in the crowd, Colleen as a woman in the crowd, Mrs. Louise Burns as a milk maid and Brian Counihan as a knife grinder.

Oliver

Rehearsal of Oliver, held in Loyola College. Directed by Maxim Mazumdar (holding script), the Artful Dodger (Edda Gburek) and Oliver (Heather Stanley). David Paltiel, playing one of the Fagan's boys, sits on the stage.

The Visit

The Visit, put on by the Actors Company at Loyola College. From left to right, Grant Lowe, an unidentified man, Sandra Smith, an unidentified man and Doug Feggans.

Siobhan McKenna

Siobhan McKenna, great lady of Irish theatre, on stage performing in "Here Are Ladies", a series of portraits of women in the literature of Irish authors. She played to an enthusiastic audience which packed the F.C.Smith Auditorium.

Siobhan McKenna

Siobhan McKenna, great lady of Irish theatre, in "Here Are Ladies", a series of portraits of women in the literature of Irish authors. She played to an enthusiastic audience which packed the F.C.Smith Auditorium.

Siobhan McKenna

Siobhan McKenna, performing in Here Are Ladies", a series of portraits of women in the literature of Irish authors. She played to an enthusiastic audience which packed the F.C.Smith Auditorium.

Siobhan McKenna

Siobhan McKenna, the great lady of Irish theatre, as Winnie in Samuel Beckett's "Happy Days" reads ultimate destiny on a toothbrush handle, one of a series of portraits of women in the literature of Irish authors exhibited in "Here Are Ladies".