James N. Healy Collection

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James N. Healy Collection

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Bainteach le: The James N. Healy Archive Exhibition

Items in the James N. Healy Collection Collection

James N. Healy in The Yeomen of the Guard : graphic.
James N. Healy as Jack Point, in Gilbert and Sullivans 'The Yeomen of the Guard'. He founded the Gilbert and Sullivan Society (G&S Group) and adopted the name Nigel Hay for his stage work. Performed at Cork Opera House. Image no 00001.

Jack Riordan and Dan Donovan in Hut 42 : graphic.
Jack Riordan and Dan Donovan in John B. Keane's Hut 42. Image no 00002, 00061 (duplicate).

Eamon Nash : graphic.
Eamon Nash acted with the Theatre of the South for original productions of Backwater, The Pure of Heart, and The Spraying of John O'Dorey by John B. Keane. Image no 00043.

Michael Twomey and Siobhan O'Brien in Slag : graphic.
Michael Twomey as James Bond and Siobhan O' Brien as Pussy Galore. 'Slag' was a satirical revue show produced in the early 1960's. The show was performed at the Group Theatre. Image no 00044.

Jim and Dick Healy : graphic.
Jim and Dick Healy. Image no 00045.

Maairain Nai Shae and Flor Dullea in Tarry Flynn : graphic.
'Tarry Flynn' is an adaptation of Patrick Kavanagh's novel of the same title. Maairain Nai Shae was a teacher in Cork. Flor Dullea appeared in plays with the Theatre of the South and Southern Theatre Group. Image no 00017.

Siobhan O'Brien as Prince Charming in Cinderella : graphic.
Fr Matthew Hall, 1959-60. Image no 00016.

Siobhan O'Brien : graphic.
Image no 00029.

Maureen Fenton : graphic.
Image no 00030.

Dick Healy in The Student Prince : graphic.
Produced and performed by the G.&S. Group at the Palace Theatre. Image no 00080.

Anna Grace in Sharon's Grave : graphic.
Anna Grace in John B Keane's 'Sharon's Grave'. Image no 00060.

The cast of The Gamecock at Fr. Mathew Hall : graphic.
Back row: Dan Coughlan, Pat Fenton, Ronnie O'Shaughnessy, Jack Riordan, Ben Power, Melody McNamara, Maurice O'Donovan, James N. Healy, Michael Twomey, Kenny Lee. Front row: Mary O'Donovan, Marie Twomey, Gerry (Johnston) McLoughlin, Ger Lehane.…

Michael Casey : graphic.
Image no 00018. Michael Casey, from Cork, was the first resident musical conductor at the Cork Opera House. He was also assistant head of light music in R.T.E. and has conducted the R.T.E. Concert Orchestra.

Jim O'Connell : graphic.
Image no 00019.

Helen Gilleece : graphic.
Helen Gilleece appeared in Gilbert & Sullivan shows at Cork Opera House. Image no 00013.

Gordon Blair : graphic.
Gordon Blair was involved with the Gilbert and Sullivan productions in Cork. Image no 00014.

Pat Navan : graphic.
Image no 00015 (duplicate of 00128). Pat Navan was musical director for Gilbert & Sullivan shows in the Cork Opera House.

Abbey Scott : graphic.
Image no 00028.

Joyce Blackham in The Student Prince : graphic.
Joyce Blackham was a talented mezzo-soprano singer. 'The Student Prince' was performed at the Palace Theatre. Image no 00021.

Pat Fenton : graphic.
Image no 00020.

Des Ronan : graphic.
Image no 00009.

Maureen  Fenton : graphic.
Image no 00010.

Dick Healy as Arthur Griffith in The Stepping Stone : graphic.
'The Stepping Stone' by G.P. Gallivan was first staged at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin, 19 August, 1963. Image no 00046.

Abbey Scott and Jack (?) in The Fairy Queen : graphic.
Performed at the Cork City Hall. Image no 00047.

Charlie Hennessy and Dick Healy in The Plough and the Stars : graphic.
Performed at the Opera House, Cork. Image no 00031.

Peg O'Connell : graphic.
Image no 00093.

James N. Healy in Fiddler on the Roof : graphic.
Produced by the G&S Group and performed at Cork Opera House. Image no 00049.

Dick Healy in The Stepping Stone : graphic.
Image no 00050. 'The Stepping Stone' by G.P. Gallivan was first staged at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin, 19 August, 1963.

Michael O'Riordan : graphic.
Image no 00051 and 00068 (smaller duplicate).

Anne Brennan : graphic.
Image no 00062.

Mary Cullinane, Siobhan O'Brien and Maairain Morrish : graphic.
Mary Cullinane, Siobhan O'Brien and Maairain Morrish in 'The Golden Years'. Image no 00063.

Anne Brennan in My Fair Lady : graphic.
Image no 00023 (No Irish Examiner reference number).

Liam O'Mahony : graphic.
Image no 00026.

Siobhan O'Brien in Many Young Men of Twenty : graphic.
Siobhan O'Brien as Peg Finnerty in Many Young Men of Twenty by John B. Keane. Image no 00066.

Old Group Theatre : graphic.
Music Hall at the Group Theatre in South Main Street. Dick Healy, James N. Healy, Siobhan O'Brien, Anne Brennan, Chris Sheehan. Image no 00067.

Dinner party celebrating final of Theatre of the South : graphic.
The Theatre of the South group was founded in 1971 by James N. Healy, Dan Donovan and Michael Twomey. Back Row: Pat Murray, Ann Kenneally, Sheila Healy, James N. Healy, Donal Kenneally, Flor Dullea, Dick Healy. Front Row: Frank Duggan, Michael…

Charlie Ginnane, Flor Dullea and Tom Vesey in Hut 42 : graphic.
Image no 00075. L-R: Charles Guinnane, Jack Riordan, Tom Vesey. Hut 42 by John B. Keane.

Robert Carlile : graphic.
Image no 00004.

Eileen Dawson : graphic.
Image no 00003.

Jack Riordan : graphic.
Image no 00064.

Mary Corkery in Sive : graphic.
Mary Corkery in 'Sive' by John B. Keane. Image no 00054.

Dick Healy as Novotny in Die Fledermaus : graphic.
Performed at the Palace Theatre. Image no 00038.

Mary Corkery : graphic.
Image no 00037.

Michael McAuliffe and Mairin Prendergast in The Man from Clare : graphic.
The Man from Clare by John B. Keane. Produced by the Southern Theatre Group. Performed at the Father Mathew Hall. Image no 00078.

Anne Brennan : graphic.
Image no 00039.

Anne Brennan : graphic.
Image no 00040.

Anne Brennan and Michael McAuliffe in The Highest House on the Mountain : graphic.
The Highest House on the Mountain by John B. Keane. This version of the play was originally staged in the Father Mathew hall, Cork. It later travelled to the Olympia, Dublin. Image no 00074.

Dan Donovan and Anne Brennan in The Barretts of Wimpole Street : graphic.
Dan Donovan (Mr. Barrett) and Anne Brennan (Bella) in 'The Barretts of Wimpole Street'. Image no 00007.

David McInerney and Bill Mahony : graphic.
L-R: Michael McInerney, Bill Mahony (director of 'Swans'). Image no 00035.

Dick Healy in Fiddler on the Roof : graphic.
Dick Healy as the Rabbi in 'Fiddler on the Roof'. Image no 00011.

Dick Healy in Poor Bitos : graphic.
Dick Healy played the Prior in 'Poor Bitos' at the Everyman Theatre, Cork. Image no 00079.

Dick Healy as Sean Dota in Sive : graphic.
This picture was taken during the American trip of the Theatre of the South group. The group performed Sive and The Year of the Hiker by John B. Keane. They also performed The Country Boy by John Murphy. Image no 00082.

Eamonn Nash and Maurice O'Donovan, Many Young Men of Twenty : graphic.
'Many Young Men of Twenty' by John B. Keane. Fr. Mathew Hall, 1961. Image no 00092.

American trip of Theatre of the South with John Murphy : graphic.
John Murphy, author of The Country Boy, 4th from left. (L-R): Flor Dullea, Sue Milch, Kay Healy, John Murphy, Michael Twomey, James N. Healy, Mary Foley, Dick Healy. Image no 00070.

Gerard Walsh : graphic.
Image no 00073.

Irene Comerford : graphic.
Irene Comerford acted with the Southern Theatre Group for their productions of Many Young Men of Twenty (1961) and The Man from Clare (1962). Image no 00005.

Gerry McLoughlin : graphic.
Gerry (Johnston) McLaughlin Worked for R.T.E. Cork. Image no 00090.

Jim Queally : graphic.
Jim Queally is an Irish television, radio and theatre actor. Image no 00022.

Kay Healy, Tom Vesey and (?) : graphic.
Image no 00087 (Irish Examiner reference number: 593L).

Larry Adler : graphic.
Larry Adler was acknowledged as one of the worlds greatest harmonica players. He was born in America but moved to London in 1949. Image no 00006.

Maairain Nai Shae and Flor Dullea in Tarry Flynn : graphic.
'Tarry Flynn' is an adaptation of Patrick Kavanagh's novel of the same title. Maairain Nai Shae was a teacher in Cork. Flor Dullea appeared in plays with the Theatre of the South and Southern Theatre Group. Image no 00088.

Maairain Morrish and Dick Healy in the Merry Widow : graphic.
Dick Healy played the role of Njegus. Image no 00069.

Maureen Fox : graphic.
Maureen was one of the first women journalists to work for the Cork Examiner when she joined in 1970. She was also involved with the Theatre of the South group. Image no 00091.

Male members of Gilbert and Sullivan company : graphic.
Mens chorus under the supervision of Patrick Hegarty and producer James N. Healy. Image no 00034.

Mary O'Donovan and Chris Sheehan in Moll : graphic.
Chris Sheehan as the Very Rev. Canon Pratt and Mary O'Donovan as Moll in the play by John B. Keane. Image no 00033.

Ned Keane, Dick Healy and Noel O'Toole in Fiddler on the Roof : graphic.
L-R: Ned Keane, Dick Healy, Noel O'Toole. Image no 00081.

Niall Donoghue : graphic.
Image no 00058.

Nora Relihan : graphic.
Nora Relihan played Mena in the original Listowel Amateur Drama Group production of 'Sive'. This production won the all Ireland drama award at the Athlone Drama Festival in 1959. When the play was produced by the Southern Theatre Group in June 1959,…

Paddy Carroll : graphic.
Paddy Carroll was a teacher in Berrings, County Cork. He played character parts in some productions by Theatre of the South. Image no 00089.

Paddy Comerford and Anne Brennan in Cinderella : graphic.
Fr. Matthew Hall, December 1964. Paddy Comerford, a comedian and actor, appeared in plays by the Theatre of the South. Anne Brennan, soprano, appeared in Gilbert and Sullivan shows and pantomime. Image no 00041. Irish Examiner reference number: 447P…

Pat Fenton in Hut 42 : graphic.
Pat Fenton in John B. Keanes 'Hut 42'. Image no 00084.

Siobhan O'Brien and Michael Twomey : graphic.
Siobhan O'Brien as Peg Finnerty and Michael Twomey as Maurice Brown in John B. Keane's 'Many Young Men of Twenty'. Image no 00057 (No Irish Examiner reference number).

The cast of Slag : graphic.
'Slag' was a satirical revue show produced in the early 1960's. Back Row: Donal O'Donovan, Dick Healy, Frank Duggan, John Donegan. Front Row: Colum Fehily, Anne Brennan, Michael Twomey. Image no 00008.

The cast of Nothing but the Truth : graphic.
Old Christians Theatre. Back Row: Ray Keily, Jim O'Keefe, Frank Sutton, Josie O'Byrne, Michael Crofts, Dom Coffey. Front Row: Irene O'Shea, Jeanne O'Shea, Kathleen O'Sullivan, Dick Healy, Aileen Coffey. Image no 00077.

Anne Brennan : graphic.
Back Row: unknown. Sitting: Anne Brennan. Image no 00036.

Mon Murphy : graphic.
Image no 00085.

James N. Healy and Dick Healy : graphic.
James N. Healy (third from left) and Dick Healy (fourth from left). Image no 00104.

Donal O'Donovan : graphic.
Donal O'Donovan acted with the Southern Theatre Group. Image no 00102.

Paddy Comerford, Peg O'Connell and Ronnie O'Shaughnessy in The Goldfish in the Sun : graphic.
L-R: Paddy Comerford, (?), Peg O'Connell, Ronnie O'Shaughnessy Image no 00113.

Dan O'Leary and Pat Butler in The Goldfish in the Sun : graphic.
Patrick Butler is a presenter and narrator for R.T.E. Image no 00109.

Anne Brennan in The Gipsy Baron : graphic.
Cork Opera House, March 1974. Image no 00110.

Michael Twomey and Paddy Comerford in All the King's Horses : graphic.
L-R: Michael Twomey, Paddy Comerford. Image no 00098.

Lorna Daly and Pat Fenton : graphic.
Back: Lorna Daly. Front: (?), Pat Fenton. Image no 00114.

Dan Coughlan in The Reluctant Debutante : graphic.
Fr. Mathew Hall, Cork. Image no 00096.

Utopia Limited : Fr. Mathew Hall : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Premiere Award, National Light Opera Festival. Image no 03001.

H.M.S. Pinafore and Trial by Jury : Opera House : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 03004.

The Yeomen of the Guard : Opera House, Cork : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 03010.

The Pirates of Penzance : Opera House, Cork : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 03012.

The Mikado :  Cork Opera House : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 03014.

Iolanthe : Opera House, Cork : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 03018.

The Gondoliers : Opera House, Cork : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 03020.

Ruddigore : Opera House, Cork : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage production work. Image no 03021.

The Mikado : Opera House, Cork : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 03022.

Patience : Opera House : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 03024.

The Mikado : Opera House, Cork : graphic.
Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 03026.

Kay Healy, Flor Dullea, Siobhan O'Brien and Maeve Delaney and Eibhlis MacSweeney : graphic.
Many Young Men of Twenty, performed at Father Mathew Hall. Back row: Kay Healy, Flor Dullea, Siobhan O'Brien, Maeve Delaney. Front: Eibhlis MacSweeney. Image no 00116.

Eibhlis MacSweeney in Sive : graphic.
Eibhlis MacSweeney took on the role of Mena when Nora Relihan left the production after a couple of weeks. The Theatre of the South production played in Fr Mathew Hall for 6 weeks, then travelled to the Olympia to play for 4 weeks before touring…

Flor Dullea : graphic.
Flor Dullea acted in many John B. Keane plays with the Southern Theatre Group. These included the original productions of Many Young Men of Twenty, Sharon's Grave and The Year of the Hiker. He also produced Backwater, The Pure of Heart and The…

Paddy Comerford : graphic.
Paddy Comerford, Cork comedian and actor, appeared in plays with the Southern Theatre Group and Theatre of the South. Image no 00121.

Siobhan O'Brien in Many Young Men of Twenty : graphic.
Performed at the Father Mathew Hall. Image no 00122.

Rachel Burrows : graphic.
Image no 00123.

(?) : graphic.
Image no 00124.

Tommy Dines : graphic.
Image no 00125.

Mary O'Donovan, Mary Foley and James N. Healy in Moll : graphic.
Moll, by John B. Keane was first produced in Killarney by the Theatre of the South. (L-R): Mary O'Donovan, Mary Foley, James N. Healy. Image no 00126.

Cast of musical production, Ursuline convent Blackrock : graphic.
The Ursuline convent in Blackrock, where James N. Healy's aunts were educated. Image no 00100.

Teresa Griffin : graphic.
Image no 00099.

David McInerney : graphic.
Image no 00106.

The Yeomen of the Guard, D'Oyly Carte poster : graphic.
The Yeomen of the Guard, by Gilbert and Sullivan. Designed by Peter Goffin. Printed by Allday Limited, Birmingham. Image no 03035.

A Heap of Slag : Group Theatre : graphic.
Reverse shows poster for 'Fun o'Cork', 1963. Image no 03037 (reverse of no 03038).

Fun o'Cork 1963 : Group Theatre : graphic.
Reverse shows poster for 'A Heap of Slag'. Image no 03038 (reverse of no 03037).

Sive : Fr. Mathew Hall : graphic.
Sive by John B. Keane at Fr. Mathew Hall. Image no 03039.

Sharon's Grave : Fr. Mathew Hall : graphic.
Sharon's Grave by John B. Keane at Fr. Mathew Hall. Image no 03040.

Coit Tower : attributed to James N. Healy : graphic.
Coit Tower, San Francisco. Image no 03041.

All the Kings Horses : Everyman Palace Theatre : graphic.
All the Kings Horses by John McDonnell at the Everyman Palace Theatre. Reverse of poster shows cast and crew. Image no 03044.

A View from the Bridge : Everyman Playhouse : graphic.
A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller at the Everyman Playhouse. Reverse of poster shows cast and crew. Also shown is the Everyman Calender, Autumn/ Winter 1981-82. Image no 03045.

Cork Opera House : trial by jury and the pirates of penzance : graphic.
Programme contains production details for Trial by Jury by Gilbert and Sullivan. Performed at the Cork Opera House. Programme also contains details of upcoming Pirates of Penzance production. Image no 04000.

All the Kings Horses : Opera House Cork : graphic.
Programme contains photographs of the cast of All the Kings Horses by John McDonnell. Performed at the Cork Opera House. Directed by James N. Healy. Image no 04001.

Everyman Theatre : seventh international season of fine plays : graphic.
Programme contains production details for Daean Traocalre ar na Sagairt aOga by Seaan aO'Tuama. Performed at the Everyman Theatre. Programme also contains details for the six previous international season of fine plays at the Everyman. Image no…

Faeile Naaisiaunta Draamaaiochta : graphic.
Programme contains a timetabe of events at the festival as well as photographs of the previous years prize winners. Image no 04003.

Feis San Francisco : graphic.
Programme contains timetables for the various events, articles, photographs and rules of the Feis. The programme also contains an article about the Theatre of the South, their previous years visit from Cork and their performance of plays. There are…

Fiddler on the Roof : Opera House, Cork : graphic.
Programme contains production details for Fiddler on the Roof by Gilbert and Sullivan. Performed by the G&S Group Cork. Image no 04005.

List of Gilbert and Sullivan Group productions: 1951-74 : graphic.
The reverse of the page shows a story about Percy French and 'Freeny'. 'Freeny' was a play written by James N. Healy, based on the 'The Irish Girl' by Percy French. Image no 04006.

Gorta : Everyman Playhouse : graphic.
Performed at the Everyman Playhouse. Everyman Playhouse was involved with Compaantas Chorcaai, with the aim of bringing Irish language drama to the theatre. Image no 04007.

H.M.S. Pinafore and Trial by Jury : Opera House : graphic.
Programme contains production details for H.M.S. Pinafore and Trial by Jury by Gilbert and Sullivan. Performed at the Cork Opera House by the G&S Group Cork. Nigel Hay was a pseudonym adopted by James N. Healy for his stage work. Image no 04008.

Cutting from the Evening Echo regarding pantomime in Cork : graphic.
Short article by Fank Doyle with five photographs of various pantomime performers. Image no 04009.

Private Ear and Public Eye : Group Theatre : graphic.
Programme contains production details for Private Ear and Public Eye, two plays by Peter Shaffer. Performed at the Group Theatre. Image no 04010.

Cork Opera House : 11th summer season of Irish plays : graphic.
Programme contains production details for 'Sive', 'Whistle in the Dark', 'The Year of the Hiker', and 'Tarry Flynn'. Performed at the Cork Opera House. The programme also contains an article about the history of the Southern Theatre Group and…

Everyman Theatre : second international season of fine plays : graphic.
Programme contains production details for 'The Fire Raisers' by Max Frisch. Image no 04012.

The Mikado : Cork Opera House : graphic.
Programme contains production details for The Mikado by the Gilbert and Sullivan Group, Cork. This production marked the 25th anniversary of the G&S Group. Image no 04013.

The Stepping Stone : Michael Collins and the treaty : graphic.
Programme contains production details for The Stepping Stone by G.P. Galvin. Programme also includes photographs of the cast and producer. Performed at the Everyman Palace Theatre. Image no 04014.

Theatre of the South : summer season : graphic.
Programme contains production details for 'Moll', 'Anyone can Rob a Bank' and 'Summer Revels 74'. Performed at the Cork Opera House. Image no 04015.

Torch Song Trilogy : graphic.
Performed at the Everyman Palace Theatre. Image no 04016.

A scene from A Whistle in the Dark at the Cork Opera House : graphic.
A Whistle in the Dark by Tom Murphy. L-R: Jack Riordan, Michael McCarthy, Pat Fenton, David McInerney. Produced by the Southern Theatre Group. Image no 00111.

A scene from A Whistle in the Dark at the Cork Opera House : graphic.
A Whistle in the Dark by Tom Murphy. Clockwise from top left: Jack Riordan, Michael McCarthy, Donal O'Donovan, David McInerney, Des Ronan. Produced by the Southern Theatre Group. Image no 00112.

Dan O'Leary in The Goldfish in the Sun : graphic.
Dan O'Leary is on the left of the picture. Image no 00105.

Untitled story : attributed to James N. Healy : graphic.
Translation included to assist the reader. Image no 03047.

James N. Healy : graphic.
Image no 00138.

James N. Healy : graphic.
Image no 00139.

Aideen Dynan : graphic.
Image no 00127.

Pat Navan : graphic.
Pat Navan was musical director for Gilbert and Sullivan shows in the Cork Opera House. Image no 00128 (duplicate of 00015).

Helen Gilleece : graphic.
Helen Gilleece appeared in Gilbert and Sullivan shows at the Cork Opera House. Image no 00129.

Donal O'Donovan : graphic.
Donal O'Donovan acted with the Southern Theatre Group. Image no 00130.

Michael O'Callaghan : graphic.
Michael O'Callaghan was musical director with the Gilbert and Sullivan Group in the 1950's. Image no 00131.

James N. Healy : graphic.
Image no 00132.

Phil O'Neill in Die Fledermaus : graphic.
Performed at the Palace Theatre. Image no 00133.

Maurice McMahon in the Gondoliers : graphic.
The Gondoliers was performed at the Cork Opera House. Image no 00134.

Maurice McMahon, Donal Kenneally, Mary Frost and James N. Healy in Patience : graphic.
Patience was performed at the Cork Opera House. Left to right: Maurice McMahon, Donal Kenneally, Mary Frost, (?), James N. Healy. Image no 00135.

Christy O'Shea in The Golden Years : graphic.
The Golden Years was performed at the Palace Theatre. Image no 00136.

Anne Brennan : graphic.
Image no 00137.