Let it drift as it wishes.
In this note towards Dancing at Lughnasa (1990), we can see Friel reminding himself of the need to allow the play to develop freely without becoming bogged down with preconceived ideas of form.
should grow in joyousness
This note towards Dancing at Lughnasa (1990) dated 30 May 1989 contains a phrase that performance-maker Robbie Blake adapted for use as a direction for their piece ‘Running the Ending’.
Jessie Keenan interview, extract 1
Jessie Keenan talks about the origins and development of her dance film ‘So what is surfacing’.
Portrait: Robbie Blake
Robbie Blake is a composer, director and vocalist based in Galway, Ireland.
Don't think in elegiac tones.
In this note, we see the reappearance of Friel’s mantra: ‘Don’t anticipate the ending.’