Irish Musical, by Gerard Fahy.
Tara is an Irish dance musical based on Ireland's Celtic past. It relives the age of heroism, passion, mysticism and love. The musical combines a unique marriage of music, dance and drama.
TARA is set in Celtic Ireland during the time of the High Kings
Cormac is our well-loved High King, but is troubled about the future of his Kingdom. He worries that his daughter is not ready to take up her responsibilities as future Queen of Tara, and fears the dark forces of the otherworld, which are presenting themselves in his land.
Aoife is princess of TARA and Cormac's only child. Her mother died during her infancy. She is a tomboy and intent on being as good as any man in the disciplines of warrior fighting. She is in love with her childhood friend Fionn.
Fionn is a great warrior and in love with Aoife. He however not of royal blood.
Mordha is chieftain and nobleman from the north. King Cormac wants him to marry Aoife and thus unite the two kingdoms.
Cruionn is court druid. He is a sorcerer of immense power, ambitious and devious.
Princess Aiofe: Gemma Carney
Fionn: Fergal O'Dea
Cormac: Sean Costello
Cruionn: Padraic Delaney
Mordha: Neil Sullivan
Dance of Life: Zoë Maistre
The Tara Dancers:
The Tara Musicians:
**Tara 2: Tara Maclay; character starring in Buffy The Vampire Slayer (Series) played by Amber Benson.
Episode 7 (Once More With Feeling) of season 6 of the series is a musical and Tara sings a song to the love of her life: Willow.
She also sings along in the other songs, but 'Under Her Spell' is her solo song.
**Tara 3: A patriotic female artist from Canada.
**Tara 4: Teresa from Germany
**Tara 5: Tara Tjokrohamidjojo, a Dutch singer.
**Tara 6: A Romanian dance-pop act.
**Tara 7: An Irish folk band from the 1970s.
**Tara 8: A Belfast-based Irish folk band from the 1980s.
**Tara 9: Screamo band from Antofagasta, Chile
Several others as well
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