Jeannie, me sister, came across 2 pages from the AVS's 1982 or 1983 year book, which she scanned and e-mailed to me. The 2 pages are a write-up of someone's experiences in the production of "The Playboy of the Western World", a play by J.M. Synge. I think the year was 1982 or 1983, the producer was Tony Breen, and the essay was written by Caroline Faulkner and Karen Stewart Girls 4B!
The full page is below, and here's a cropped version of the cast's photograph (click on it for a bigger size):
Conor Reid, James Lawne, Shane Gallagher, Pj Dunlevy, Mick Timony (Meself), Damien Cranwell, Paul Hone, Seamus Carr, & Anthony Rowley.
In the front row I can make out all the faces, nor remember all the names:
Cathy Kerrigan, Clare Boyle, Deborah Cranwell, Caroline Faulkner, Bernie O'Neill, Peggy Ward, & Karen Stewart.
And below is the first page, click on it for the full-sized version (it's a big image):
I'll post the 2nd page sometime in the future, and I'll talk some more about the play and what I remember. And if anyone has the 3rd and final pages it be great to get a copy.
What was the book called? Fear Feasa?
Update: Thanks to Damien for some more names!
Update 2: The rest of the article: