The father of Irish National Drama, W. B. Yeats, wrote this tale of unrequited love in a style which links Irish folklore with elements of the Japanese Noh theatre tradition. Masks, poetry, and dance made the telling of this gentle tragedy about Emer, the wife of the legendary Irish hero Cuchulain, into a play which transcends cultural boundaries.
|1983||(with The Crusader) Edmonton Fringe, Edmonton, Canada|
|1983||(with The Crusader) Canmore Scout Hall, Canmore, Canada|
|1983||(with The Crusader) The Banff Centre, Banff, Canada|
|1983||Off Centre Centre, Calgary, Canada|