Austere minimalist staging that is also aesthetically pleasing and inventive.
The star of Runaway Priest was Felix Meagher’s original music which in part accounted the upbeat quality of its treatment of the difficult topic of child abuse.
Meg McNena’s new play about Constance Markievicz constitutes an epic story of women’s engagement in politics.
A Director in love with Oscar Wilde and his theatre of other possible futures….
A novelist, a bolshevik, and a dadaist walked into a bar, is one way of getting the joke that is Travesties. Or it’s a demonstration of how The Importance of Being Earnest is a Marxist tract.
A novelist, a bolshevik, and a dadaist walked into a bar, is one way of getting the joke that is Travesties.
In Holy Cow!, pathos was blended with comedic bombast, prolixity with wordless groans, and irony with genuine feeling. The ending was incredibly moving, reminding us of Joyce the man and the writer.
Janet Moran’s performance exuded the confidence of a woman secure in her bodily attractiveness and willing to surrender to her drives, while David Pearse’s Bloom was steady, sane, thoughtful, loveable,
Handed such a whiffy text, director Wayne Pearn took a deep breath and turned it into a play piece of encaptivating ingenuity
Little Gem is a rollicking heart-warmer, though it works hard not to be too sentimental.