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Stage Review

On bare stage, ‘Trad’ goes on a quest

Nancy E. Carroll (playing Father Rice) with Colin Hamell and Billy Meleady in Tir Na Theatre Company’s “Trad.’’ Nancy E. Carroll (playing Father Rice) with Colin Hamell and Billy Meleady in Tir Na Theatre Company’s “Trad.’’ (Jane Messinger)
By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / April 17, 2010

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So funny I wept, so tragic I couldn’t stop laughing — yes, there’s no doubt about it. Mark Doherty’s “Trad’’ is a quintessentially Irish play. (Full article: 759 words)

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