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Publications

Book Publications

    • Cervantes, Miguel de, Don Quixote, adapted by Colin Teevan and Pablo Ley , (London: Oberon Books, 2007) ISBN 1840028025.
    • Erba, Edoardo, Marathon, tr.ColinTeevan,(London:Oberon Books,1999).
    • Euripides, Bacchai tr. Colin Teevan, (London: Oberon Books, 2002). ISBN 1840022612. Introduction by Edith Hall.
    • Ibsen, Henrik, Peer Gynt, a new version Colin Teevan (London: Oberon Books, 2007). ISBN 1840028068
    • Kafka, Franz, Kafka’s Monkey, adaptation Colin Teevan (London: Oberon Books, 2009) . ISBN 978-1840029215
    • Manfridi, Giuseppe, Cuckoos, tr. Colin Teevan, (London: Oberon Books, March 2000). ISBN 1840021519. Preface by Sir Peter Hall.
    • Noda, Hideki and Colin Teevan, The Diver (London: Oberon Books, 2006).
    • Noda, Hideki and Colin Teevan, The Bee (London: Oberon Books, 2006). ISBN 1840026812
    • Marlowe, Christopher and Colin Teevan, Dr Faustus (London: Oberon Books, 2013) ISBN 9781849434133
    • Teevan, Colin, Alcmaeon in Corinth (London: Oberon Books, 2002). A re-imagining of a lost play of Euripides. Introduction by Edith Hall. ISBN 1840024852.
    • Teevan, Colin, How Many Miles to Basra? (London, Oberon Books, October 2006) ISBN 1840026901.
    • Teevan, Colin, Iph. . . (London: Nick Hern Books, 1999). ISBN 1854594397 A new version of Euripides’ Iphigenia in Aulis, translated from the Greek, introduction by Paul Muldoon.
    • Teevan, Colin, Iph… Rev. ed. (London: Oberon Books, 2002). ISBN 1840023031. A new version of Euripides’ Iphigenia in Aulis, translated from the Greek, Introduction by Edith Hall.
    • Teevan, Colin 'Lion of Kabul' in Great Game: Afghanistan, (London: Oberon Books, 2009)
    • Teevan, Colin, The Kingdom, (London: Oberon Books, 2012) ISBN 9781849434874
    • Teevan, Colin, Missing Persons: Four Tragedies and Roy Keane, (London: Oberon Books, 2006) , Introduction by Edith Hall. ISBN 1840026464
    • Teevan, Colin, Monkey! A Tale from China (London: Oberon Books, 2001). ISBN 1840022531.
    • Teevan, Colin, Svejk (London: Oberon Books,1999). ISBN 1840021195.
    • Teevan, Colin 'There Was A Man, There Was No Man', in The Bomb: A Partial History (London: Oberon Books, 2009)
    • Teevan, Colin, Two Plays: The Big Sea and Vinegar and Brown Paper (London: Oberon Books, 2002). ISBN 1840022280.
    • Teevan, Colin, The Walls, (London: Oberon Books, 2001) ISBN 1840021535
    • Teevan, Colin and Paul Heritage, Amazonia (London, Oberon Books, November 2008) ISBN 1840028959.

Academic Articles

    • Dewhurst, Madeline, ‘Theatre and the Impossible’ Contemporary Theatre Review, Issue 15, No. 2, May 2005
    • Dewhurst, Madeline ‘Colin Teevan and the Greeks’ in Calling Down the Past: Contemporary Playwrights Re-imagine the Greeks, ed. Caridad Svich (New York: BackStage Books, a division of Watson-Guptill, Spring 2005).
    • Dewhurst, Madeline, ‘Interview with Colin Teevan’ in Popular Forms for a Radical Theatre, eds. Sarah Ruhl and Caridad Svich (Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press, IL, projected Fall 2006).
    • Poulain, Alexandra, ‘De l’intime a la l’utopie: The Walls de Colin Teevan, New Hibernia Review, accepted.
    • Poulain, Alexandra, ‘Idiotic Stories: Colin Teevan’s Svejk’ Contemporary Theatre Review, Issue 15, Number 4, Nov 2005
    • Poulain, Alexandra, ‘Row Us to the New World: modernite et utopie dans trios pieces de Colin Teevan’ Etudes Irlandaises, Automne 1994, Numero hors serie.
    • Teevan, Colin, ‘A Barbarian Activity’ in Stages of Translation, ed. David Johnston, (London: Absolute Press, 1996):95-109.
    • Teevan, Colin, ‘Blair on Blair’, Fortnight Magazine, (February 2004).
    • Teevan, Colin, ‘Company of Strangers’ Guardian, 24 January 2006.
    • Teevan, Colin, ‘Free the Playwrights: A brief introduction to Monsterism’ Contemporary Theatre Review, Issue 16, Number 2, May 2006
    • Teevan, Colin, endpiece on 'The Great Game: Afghanistan' Contemporary Theatre Review, 2010 (issue and number not known)
    • Teevan, Colin, 'In Memoriam: Harold Pinter' Contemporary Theatre Review, Issue 19, Number 2, 2009
    • Teevan, Colin, ‘Monkey Magic’, New Statesman, (November 2001).
    • Teevan, Colin, ‘Northern Ireland; our Troy?’, Modern Drama, Toronto, Vol.XLI No 1, (Spring 1998): 77-90.
    • Teevan, Colin, ‘Some Irish ReLorcations’ in Fire, Blood and the Alphabet; 100 years of Federico Garcia Lorca, eds. Dr. M.P. Thompson and S.Doggart, (Durham: Durham Modern Language Series, Durham University Press, February 2000): 175-191.
    • Teevan, Colin, ‘Some thoughts on Lorca’s As Five Years Pass and the Poetics of Poetic Theatre’, in Federico Garcia Lorca: Impossible Theater, ed. Caridad Svich, (Hanover USA: Smith and Kraus,Inc, August 2000): 78-84.
    • Teevan, Colin, ‘The boards and the border: myths and mythtakes in the criticism of Northern Irish Drama’, Irish Review (March 2000).

Writing for Radio

    • Marathon Tales – with Hannah Silva, 90 minute original play to be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in August 2012 for Olympics. Shortlisted for Tinniswood Award for Best Radio Drama.
    • Massistonia – a full-length original play, producer Toby Swift, BBC Radio 3, January 2011
    • Myrrha – 45 Minute original play, producer Jeremy Mortimer, BBC Radio 4, March 2008.
    • The Devil Was Here Yesterday – full-length, original play, produced by Toby Swift, Radio 3, January 2008
    • The Revanant – monologue/short story, produced by Allegra McIlroy, The Verb, BBC Radio 3, December 2007.
    • Arse - monologue produced by Allegra McIlroy, The Verb, BBC Radio 3, June 2007.
    • Glass Houses – hour long orginal play starring Greg Hicks and Clare Higgins, BBC Radio 4, January 2007. Winner Tinniswood Award for Best Drama
    • What we said about the whale and what the whale said about us – long poem, produced by Ariane Keok, The Verb, BBC Radio 3, January 28 2006.
    • Roy Keane and the Wrath of Apollo – epic Poem, produced by Aasiya Lodhi, The Verb, BBC Radio 3, November 26th, 2006.
    • How Many Miles to Basra? – full-length original play, produced by Toby Swift Radio 3 July 2004
    • Medea: The Last Word – contemporary dramatic verse monologue for The Verb, for broadcast BBC R3, June 2003
    • Blair on Blair – Essay on George Orwell, Tony Blair and political language, commissioned, censored and rescheduled, The Verb, produced by Julian May, BBC R3 Jan 2004
    • Tricycles – full-length original radio play, produced by Toby Swift, broadcast date November 2002, BBC Radio 3. Repeated August 2003
    • RoyKeaneiad Part 2 – epic poem, produced by Julian May, The Verb, BBC Radio 3, broadcast date November 2002.
    • RoyKeaneiad Part 1- monologue, produced by Rob Ketteridge, The Verb, BBC Radio 3, broadcast June 2002.
    • Iph. . .-radio version of stage play, produced by StephenWright for BBC Radio 3, broadcast May 2001. To be repeated August 2003.
    • Farquhar’s Bequest – full-length original radio play, produced by Danny Reardon, for RTE, April 1997.
    • Le Grande Large – radio version of stage play, translated by Alexandra Poulain, broadcast Radio France Culture, 1993.

Writing for TV

      Silk: Series 3, Episode 3, starring Maxine Peake, Rupert Penry jones, Claire Skinner and Meera Syal, 1x1hour drama, BBC Drama, for BBC TV, for T/X March 2014.
    • Charlie (part 1): The Green Card, starring Aiden Gillen, Tom Vaughan Lawlor and Lucy Cohu, 90 minute original drama for RTE. In Post Production, T/X October 2014.
    • Charlie (part 2):King Gubu, starring Aiden Gillen, Tom Vaughan Lawlor and Lucy Cohu, 90 minute original drama for RTE. In Post Production, T/X October 2014.
    • Charlie (part 3):tbc, starring Aiden Gillen, Tom Vaughan Lawlor and Lucy Cohu, 90 minute original drama for RTE. In Post Production, T/X October 2014.
    • Vera: Sandancers 2 hour drama, starring Brenda Blethyn, to be broadcast on ITV 1, 3 June 2012.
    • Single Handed: Between Two Fires, 2x1 hour dramas, Touchpaper Television for RTE TV November 2010, ITV August 2011.

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