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Irish playwright's work is a good fit for troupe

Tir Na Theatre is staging two one-act plays by Conor McDermottroe (left), ''Swansong'' and ''Bottom of the Lake.'' At right: Gordon Myles Woods (left) and Stephen Russell rehearse a scene from ''Bottom of the Lake.'' Tir Na Theatre is staging two one-act plays by Conor McDermottroe (left), ''Swansong'' and ''Bottom of the Lake.'' At right: Gordon Myles Woods (left) and Stephen Russell rehearse a scene from ''Bottom of the Lake.''
By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / February 27, 2009

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These days, Irish playwright Conor McDermottroe can be found in Dublin editing his feature film "Occi Versus the World," based on his one-act play "Swansong," which won strong reviews in New York, Edinburgh, and London. (Full article: 782 words)

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