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Back in 1969, when Harvey Lichtenstein saw Peter Brook’s legendary Royal Shakespeare Company production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Stratford-upon-Avon, he swooned.

Throughout the mid-70s BAM presented repertory runs from the likes of the Actors Company (which featured Ian Mc Kellen as Edgar in King Lear), the Young Vic, and the RSC.He was then appointed professor at the National University of Ireland, Galway.He is a member of the Royal Society for Literature and of the Irish Academy of Letters.In March 2004 he received a lifetime achievement award at the Irish Times/ESB Irish Theatre Awards.He was recently made an Honorary Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin.His other awards are: Heinneman Award for Literature, AIB Literary Prize, BBC Drama Prize, American-Irish Foundation Prize for Literature, Rockefeller Foundation Residency, Kyoto University Foundation Award, Prix Nikki Commendation (TV).

His plays include: THE DEATH AND RESURRECTION OF MR.

ROCHE (Dublin Theatre Festival, 1968 and Hampstead Theatre, London); THE O’NEILL (Peacock Theatre, 1969); TEA AND SEX AND SHAKESPEARE (Abbey Theatre, Dublin Theatre Festival, 1976); TALBOT’S BOX (Abbey Theatre, Dublin Theatre Festival, 1977 and Royal Court Theatre, London); DOUBLE CROSS (Field Day Theatre, 1986 and Royal Court Theatre); THE MADAME Mac ADAM TRAVELLING THEATRE (Field Day Theatre, 1991 and Irish Repertory Theatre, New York); THE SECRET FALL OF CONSTANCE WILDE (Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis 2008/Bite 2000 International Festival, Barbican Theatre, London/Melbourne International Festival, 1998 and Abbey Theatre, 1997); THE SHAPE OF METAL (Abbey Theatre, Dublin 2003 and Origin Theatre Co, New York 2007). In April 2011 a public reading of his play BLAKE was given by the Abbey Theatre Company at the Samuel Becket Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin.

He has also done versions of Chekhov's SEAGULL (Royal Court Theatre 1981) Ibsen's GHOSTS (Peacock Theatre, Dublin Theatre Festival 1989) and Pirandello's SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR (Abbey Theatre 1996) and HENRY IV (Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre 2005). .calendar { /** configure the width **/ width:220px; background-color: #dcdcdc; border: 1px solid #ffffff; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:15px; margin:0px; padding:0px; text-align:center; } .calendar th { background-color: #9c9c9c; font-weight: bold; height: 24px; font-size:15px; } .calendar .header { background-image:url(/images/caltop BG.gif); background-repeat:repeat-x; font-weight: ; height: 24px; color: #FFFFFF; font-size:15px; } .calendar .

This is a six day programme for emerging and mid career writers in which five different acclaimed writers will illuminate the skills and processes involved in adapting and translating for the stage.

The workshop will be framed by Conor Mc Pherson and will also feature Nick Dear, Alan Stanford, Tanya Ronder and Thomas Kilroy.

Venue: Gate Theatre Lab Date: February 13th-18th, 10am-5pm (Saturday 18th 10am-2pm) Cost: €250 Application: please send a C. and expression of interest to [email protected] for application: Friday, February 3rd 2012. Nick was Playwright in Residence at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester in 1987, and at the University of Essex in 1985. His work for stage and screen includes: : Frankenstein (Shelley) (2011) National Theatre, Olivier, Lunch in Venice (2005) National Theatre ‘Connections’ Season, The Turn of the Screw (James) (2005) Bristol Old Vic Power (2003) National Theatre, Cottesloe, The Promise (Arbuzov) (2002) Tricycle Theatre, The Villains’ Opera (2000) National Theatre, Olivier, Summerfolk (Gorky) (1999) National Theatre, Olivier , Zenobia (1995) RSC, Young Vic, Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (Molière) (1992) National Theatre, Lyttleton, The Last Days of Don Juan (Molina) (1990) RSC, Swan, In the Ruins (1989) Bristol Old Vic, Food of Love (1988) Theâtre de Complicité, Almeida, A Family Affair (Ostrovsky) (1988) Cheek by Jowl, Donmar Theatre, Pure Science (1986) RSC, The Other Place, The Art of Success (1986) RSC, The Other Place , was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best New Play as well as a What's On Stage Award for Best New Comedy and was revived by the Young Vic in 2011 as part of their anniversary season.

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