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Famine Heroes 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Christine Kinealy
30:07
Jason no visuals
Lindsay Janssen
30:22
You're not sharing your screen yet?
Ronald J Gillis
31:05
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Ronald J Gillis
58:41
Given the success of his Irish Debut was this troupe subject to separate accommodation while they performed about the country and Britain
Lindsay Janssen
01:01:58
I very much enjoyed learning about Master Juba! You say that he broke stereotypes; do you know whether Juba's career had any lasting effect? Did his short career have implications for other non-white performers in minstrelsy, or beyond?
Therese’s iPad
01:08:16
This is a rather philosophical question proposed to me by a friend who is an Irish-Mexican professional Flamenco dancer & teacher, “are percussive dances characteristic of oppressed peoples”?
Pat Fairon
01:08:52
Re Juba not appearing on playbills I have copies f playbills for his appearances @ Vauxhall Gardens London in which he gets "star" billing...…..both as himself (Master Juba) and as Miss Lucy Long. Do you mean that he didn't get credited under William henry Lane ?
Nicki Cochrane
01:10:36
Was there a difference in audience response in different venues in Ireland and England?
Ronald J Gillis
01:10:37
Was Master Juba immortalized or recognized in any American hall of fame or Dance Venue
Pat Fairon
01:12:21
Re Jubas death. Has anybody come across reports of him dying in Dublin and his skeleton being purchased for exhibition in Sheffield ?
Nicki Cochrane
01:14:22
Where can I read what Dickens wrote in books, essays, articles, excerpts from lecture tours?
Turlough McConnell
01:14:23
Has Juba’s story been mentioned in any film or play.
Nicki Cochrane
01:15:13
Superb program. Thanks Turlough Nicki
Marie Gillooly
01:17:23
I join you from Roscommon tonight, Sean Nos I pronounced as "sean Knows", and they still use dis and dat in Dublin by the way. Wonderful hou
Therese’s iPad
01:17:40
Thank you