An unlikely quartet of characters play at happy families for one hot summer, but ravenous need impinges on the make believe, and cracks start to show.
Terminus is fast paced, bold, engaging and exciting: a play for contemporary society which takes a fearless look at darker aspects of experience and catapults audiences into the territory of heaven, hell, angels and demons.
Never Trust A Smile is a dance and physical theatre piece that focuses on using the body to express emotions and tell a story. It centers around a young woman suffering from depression.
Two teenage girls besotted with Madonna deal with the trials and tribulations of teenage life while trying to become superstars.
Vassiliva is part of Foregrounds ’13.
Harrison is part of Foregrounds ’13.
Blue Sky Thinking is part of Foregrounds ’13.
There have been many… interesting titles for this play down through the years that make it fascinating from an anthropological viewpoint on our development as a society and the introduction of political correctness. Regardless of one’s viewpoints, it is remarkable, but not conversation fit for a blog post. Aaron O Sullivan is a first year […]
“I want a production that reignites interest in Irish Mythology”, says John Donovan, a Tralee native and director of UCC Dramat’s next feature production: Deirdre of the Sorrows. John tells me of how in his youth he used to play with his friends reenacting battles from the myths and legends that his Grandmother taught him. […]
Could the new destopian future be the product of the internet era and our penchant for social media based information? Eoghan Mc Conville has penned a play that surmises just such an outlook, and bleak as it may first appear, this modern take on the Orwellian future succeeds in ringing in some home truths about […]