by the Presnyakov Brothers (translated by Sasha Dugdale)
directed by Tony McCleane-Fay
Terrorism is about a bomb at the airport, a suicide at the office, an old woman plotting murder and other events, which happen in a small Russian town where everyone is a terrorist and everyone a victim of terrorism. Terrorism takes many forms. This play extends the term to embrace most of them. It’s a surreal comedy full of cool, sardonic wit.
Cork Youth Theatre is made up of 30 young actors who are divided into two age appropriate groups. This is their third outing.