Neil Donnelly's plays for theatre include The Station Master (Edinburgh, 1974); Upstarts (Dublin, The Abbey Theatre, The Peacock stage, 1980); Silver Dollar Boys (Dublin,The Peacock, 1981); Flying Home (The Peacock, 1983); Chalk Farm Blues (The Peacock, 1984); Boys of Summer (Dublin, The Gaeity Theatre, 1985); Blindfold (Dublin, Team Theatre-in-Education, Dublin Theatre Festival 1986 [commissioned by Amnesty International]); Goodbye Curraroe (The Peacock Theatre, 1989); The Reel McCoy (The Peacock, 1989); The Duty Master (1995); Women Without Men (Prosperous, Co Kildare, 1995). His radio plays are Rotunda Blue (BBC Radio 3, 1983); The Loop (RTÉ 1987); and The Big Drop for BBC Radio 4. He has also written for the screen. Four of his theatre plays have been published: The Station Master (London, Corgi Books, 1982); Upstarts (Dublin, Co-Op Books, 1981); The Silver Dollar Boys (Co-Op Books 1982), and The Duty Master (USA, Syracuse University Press, 1996, as part of the anthology New Plays from the Abbey Theatre). He has been Writer-in-Association at The Abbey Theatre 1994/95, and is a member of Aosdána.
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