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UMS Concert Program, March 16, 1982: Jury's Irish Cabaret Of Dublin --

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Season: 103rd
Concert: Fifty-fifth
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Jury's Irish Cabaret of Dublin
Chris Curran Theresa O'Dwyer Michael O'Dea Martin Dempsey Jacqueline Whelan Roy Galvin
Jury's Harpists and Singers
Jennifer Greally Rosemary Simmons Ruth Mulleady
Sandra Neylan Maeve Costello Martha O'Neill
Daphne Quigley Maeve King
Inis Ealga Dancers Directed by Maitiu O'Maoileidigh
Elaine McCarthy Michael Kavanagh Marie Moore Garry Fox Raymond Stewart
The Crowley Sisters: Mary, Margaret, Patricia, Sheila
Albert Healy, Music Director
Alice Dalgarno, Choreographer Michael Higgins, Stage Manager Scripted and directed by Jim Potter
Tuesday Evening, March 16, 1982, at 8:00 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Albert Healy, our genial Music Director, in a musical welcome. An Fear A' Tighe, Your Host -Chris Curran "A Piper" by Seamus O'Sullivan
A Piper in the street today, And women with petticoats coloured like flame,
Set up and tuned and started to play. And little bare feet that were blue with cold,
And away, away, away on the tide, Went dancing back to an age of gold,
Of his music we started: on every side And all the world wore the flowers of May,
Doors and windows were opened wide, For half an hour in the street today.
And men left down their work and came,
The Merry Pipers Tune: Sweets of May
The Company
One of Dublin's Darlings: Molly Malone
Chris Curran and The Company
A jolly Irish Song in praise of mountain dew: The Moonshiner
Martin Dempsey
Fifty-fifth Concert of the 103rd Season Eleventh Annual Choice Series
A little Irish drollery from Chris Curran
A sad little love song: Teddie O'Neill
Jacqueline Whelan
A bucolic ballad: Tread on the Tail of my Coat
Michael O'Dea
A Chuckle or Two, from Chris Curran
Traditional Irish Music with light and shade
The Crowley Sisters
A song of '98: The Rising of the Moon
Theresa O'Dwyer
Music of the Celtic warrior: March of the High Kings
Roy Galvin Homely Humour, from Chris Curran
Two well-known Irish Ballads, one sad, one mad: Come Back Paddy Reilly and Phil the Fluter's Ball
A song of the open road: On the One Road
The Company
Musical Magic from Albert Healy
The song of an island boatman: Baidin Fheidhlimi
All her lovely companions are faded and gone: The Last Rose of Summer
A song of a jolly soldier: A Shaighdiuirin A Croidhe
Jury's Harpists and Singers, Jacqueline Whelan, Chris Curran
More laughs from Chris Curran
A Reel, a Jig, and a Hornpipe
The Inis Ealga Dancers, Roy Galvin, The Crowley Sisters
The Traditional Irish Story Teller, The Seanachaidhe
Chris Curran
Two Irish Evergreens: Killarney and Danny Boy
Theresa O'Dwyer A foot tapping medley
Roy Galvin and The Crowley Sisters
Laugh all your troubles away with Chris Curran
Medley of Ballads from the four corners of Ireland: Galway Bay and The Green Isle of Erin
Michael O'Dea
An affectionate tribute to the land which exended a welcome to so many of our people--to the land of the free: Thank You America
Full Company Finale: When Irish Eyes are Smiling
Full Company and Audience
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Phone: 665-3717, 764-2538

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