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By Grania McFadden It certainly has resonances for modern Ulster, but local playwright Owen McCafferty's new production is a reworking of an ancient, Greek classic. He tells Grania McFadden why he was very determined to resurrect it for this year's Belfast Festival at Queen's The war is over. But the conflict continues over how to honour the dead. Should we turn our backs on the troubled past, or should the future wait while we remember the fallen? It's a question which has often been...
By CHELSEA J CARTER By Chelsea J. Carter The Associated Press SAN DIEGO The screams of agony from the soldier echoed through the ballroom- turned-theater, forcing a hushed whisper among those witnessing his sudden break with reality. He was no longer with his wife, seated beside him on the stage; no longer with his comrades. In his mind, he was back on the battlefield, killing his enemy - the price of years of combat stress from witnessing war's horrors. In this "Theater of War,"...
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