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Cult Fiction

Sep
16,
2014
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10623492_10152903087728676_8553289367359675772_oNow that the waters are settling on Some Flood, we can focus on putting our plugging skills to work on another Tiger Dublin Fringe show involving some deviants. John Doran is part of this years Show In A Bag programme with his debut work as a writer/performer entitled The Centre Of The Universe. It tells the story of John, a man who wants you to join a cult, as he outlines the reasons he took such an extreme step and how his new methodology can benefit you, his audience of best friends. A highly physical comedy directed by John Morton, it's been earning some rave reviews, as you can read here and here. 10631052_10152900136648676_796277500093288867_oThere's only three performances of it left this week in Bewley's Cafe Theatre and it's one Tiger Dublin Fringe show we recommend that you see while you still can. It also features a score from Moses Moorhouse, lighting design from Maggie Donovan as well as work from the aforementioned 'Johns' so it's not too far off the Some Flood spectrum of things. If you enjoyed that show, you should make a plan to see this one. And if you like powerhouse one man performances, particularly in the Show In A Bag mold, definitely chalk this slice of cult fiction down on your Dublin Fringe to do list. You can get your tickets here.

Last Man Standing

Sep
12,
2014
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some_flood_production3Tonight is the very last performance of Some Flood as part of this years Tiger Dublin Fringe. We've had a great run with the show and we're so glad that the work of John Doran, Kevin Mooney and Eddie Murphy has met with great houses and wall to wall laughter from Dublin audiences. We've been equally delighted, tired and excited by the past week and generally just chuffed to be part of such a great festival. Your final chance to see Noah try to find some use for himself in a big, bad, lonely world is tonight in Boys School, Smock Alley at 9.15pm. For more info check out our page on the Tiger Dublin Fringe website and to buy tickets you can also visit the Fringe Box Office at Filmbase or call 1850 374643. But do it quick because we're selling out fast tonight!

Panic On The Streets Of Dublin

Sep
11,
2014
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_O4A4592_O4A4547 _O4A4597 _O4A4665We hit the streets of Dublin yesterday to promote Some Flood. They spread plenty of apocalyptic based paranoia... and handed out some flyers. Here's some pics of the lads in public baiting action, taken by Kasia Kaminska. Thank god it didn't rain. Some Flood runs until Friday 12th September at 9.15pm nightly in Boys School, Smock Alley. For more info check out our page on the Tiger Dublin Fringe website and to buy tickets you can also visit the Fringe Box Office at Filmbase or call 1850 374643.

Survival Of The Fittest

Sep
10,
2014
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some_flood_production1 some_flood_production7"Because the sharper you are, the more like Bear Grylls you are, therefore the more ready you are, for anything. Anything that might just, happen" We're counting down to the final two performances of Some Flood at Dublin Fringe Festival. If you want to catch the show now you need to sharp, well adjusted, alert and maybe, just maybe, sexy. Survivalist TV shows have a lot to answer for... Some Flood runs until Friday 12th September at 9.15pm nightly in Boys School, Smock Alley. For more info check out our page on the Tiger Dublin Fringe website and to buy tickets you can also visit the Fringe Box Office at Filmbase or call 1850 374643.

Fishing For Compliments

Sep
9,
2014
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some_flood_production4So, we're off and running! Out to sea, if you please. So far, it's been good sailing too. Dublin's great, the weather is great, Smock Alley is a smashing place and after two performance nights so far, we've been enjoying great chats with audience members about the show. The feedback from audiences has been fantastic and people have really been enjoying the comically physical performances from Kevin Mooney and Eddie Murphy as they portray typical young Irish males in a situation that they have never been prepared for: the end of the world. Here's what the reviewers have been saying: "Tight choreography and high nervous energy and reverberation make this blackly comic harbinger of disaster at its most unprepared something to behold." - yelp.ie "Doran (who also directs) makes them pointedly ridiculous, practising kung fu and porn fantasies in their boxer shorts, while giving this diagnosis of male fecklessness some imaginative sequences." - The Irish Times "Devious Theatre Company are making large strides in providing intriguing, quirky and funny theatre. Some Flood is no different and is a great addition to the Tiger Dublin Fringe calendar. Theatre like this is what the Fringe is all about. Light-hearted, entertaining, and funny. What’s not to like?" - The Public Review (Ireland) "They give truly impressively athletic performances comprised of fake punching flurries, action hero grimaces, swimming, and exuberant calisthenics.... This is a goofy, vivacious show, which puts you in the corner with its excessive fake punches." - Meg.ie If you've been to the show, we'd love to hear what you think of it. You can tweet @devioustheatre, find us in the Smock Alley bar after the show each night or drop us an email to info@devioustheatre.com with your thoughts. You can still grab your tickets for the rest of the run. They are priced at €14/12. You can grab them online here and over the phone on 1850 374 650. Of course, if you can't book tickets, we'd love if you could tell others and help spread the word about Some Flood at Tiger Dublin Fringe this week.

Out To Sea

Sep
7,
2014
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some_flood_production2One down... We had a great preview last night with the lads leaving a healthy flood of sweat on the stage. Tonight we officially open Some Flood at Tiger Dublin Fringe. Here's the first look at the show in Fringe action with Kevin Mooney and Eddie Murphy complemented by the fantastic set design of Kate Moylan and Maggie Donovan's beautiful lighting design. We're all set for tonight so grab a ticket and come join us in Smock Alley Theatre at 9.15pm. There are still a couple of tickets left but be warned, it's selling out quick! We're also hoping the Kilkenny hurlers will give us an extra reason to celebrate tonight. The hurling influence on the play can be glimpsed here with two hurls stationed in the background. From party thrashing in Shifting to zombie bashing in Night Of The Dead, we like to show our Kilkenny colours with inventive uses of hurls in plays. This picture makes it look like Some Flood is a kids show. We assure, it isn't. Some Flood opens tonight September 7th at 9.15pm and runs until Friday 12th September. For more info check out our page on the Dublin Fringe website and to buy tickets you can also visit the Fringe Box Office at Filmbase or call 1850 374643.

Down To Flood

Sep
6,
2014
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some_flood_promo-12 Yes, today is the day where we are full tank DTF. We have set up shop in Dublin and we are down to flood! Some Flood previews tonight at Boys School, Smock Alley Theatre at 7pm and we couldn't be more excited to show it off. It's had the benefits of Fishamble's New Play Clinic and brand new set, lighting and sound design over the summer and it's in great nick. Plus, we suspect Kevin Mooney and Eddie Murphy might have been working out... there's a lot of pressure when you're going to be in your underpants for an hour. We'd love to get a big, sweaty, laughing, raucous crowd in for the show. If you liked War Of Attrition last year, then come sample something different from our crop of work. So tell your friends, tell your enemies, tell everyone you know to come along for what will be 60 minutes of the best apocalyptic, flood based comedy you'll see on an Irish stage this year. We hope you guys are down to flood too. Some Flood previews tonight September 6th at 7pm before opening proper on Sunday night September 7th at 9.15pm and running until Friday 12th September. For more info check out our page on the Dublin Fringe website and to buy tickets you can also visit the Fringe Box Office at Filmbase or call 1850 374643.

Rain Man #3: Kevin Mooney

Sep
5,
2014
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KEV-C2Kevin Mooney is a founding member of Devious Theatre and has worked as a producer, writer, actor and director for us. Previous writing credits include the PPI Award winning radio version of The War Of The Worlds. Previous acting credits with us include Night Of The Living Dead, Smitten, Shakespeare In Bits, Heart Shaped Vinyl and The War Of The Worlds. What's the one thing that you would definitely keep with you in the event of apocalypse? My trusty sidekick! That's one thing I do need to get in order actually, before the apocalypse hits. Which famous person would you most like to help you survive the apocalypse? Does the famous person have to be alive? I suppose so, wouldn't be much help if they were dead. Was gonna say Carl Sagan, because he's extremely knowledgeable about all things nature, full of interesting and well articulated facts, and I have a bit of a man crush on him. When he was alive, like. Living famous people? I dunno. It's hard to think of one who wouldn't get head-wrecking after a while. I suppose they're all probably saying the exact same thing about me. The famous people, that is. Which film has taught you the most life lessons and why? Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. A classic film about survival. I spent a good portion of my childhood watching it, dissecting it, bit by bit. After years of analysis, I found that the traps were impractical; but the lessons held true. If you were the only person left on earth, what would you miss most (apart from friends and family)? Not being the stupidest person on Earth. What have you learned working on Some Flood? That no matter what pressure or stress we were under - enclosed downstairs in the Devious office, devising, for nine months in our underwear, drenched in sweat from hours of high-octane rambling, painstakingly teasing through mock-wrestling fights step-by-step and intensely dancing around, firing at each other with fake umbrella-guns, like a pair of mad men - it never once occurred to us to try jock one another. That displays true... something. I hope that's useful someday. What's got you most excited about the Fringe run? The Fringe run, herself. This'll only be my second time on stage in Dublin (the first being back in March as part of Collaborations when Some Flood was just a wee, tender work-in-progress) and I'm super psyched. I'm really very excited to be in this position, of presenting a piece of work as part of the Fringe festival, amongst all the other wonderful works of art and remarkably talented artists! Out of the entire Some Flood team, who would you most like with you on a rooftop during the apocalypse and why? I was thinking of going with Eddie, because we've got history and a rough idea of how it would all work out; plus I know Eddie would pick Kasia to go with him, so in my scenario he's stuck wondering what went wrong and how he and I ended up together. But I'm thinking I should broaden my horizons and not allow myself to get stuck into the trap of familiarity and routine that is Eddie Murphy, so my new pick is Kate. She's the most recent addition to our team, and with all the excitement and possibility that brings, plus the gender thing being in our favour, I think she's a solid choice. Better than Eddie, any day. Why should people come see Some Flood? Because me and Eddie are gonna spend an hour every evening having absolutely loads of fun in the Boys' School in Smock Alley in our jocks, laughing hysterically and jumping all over one another in a crazy expression of appreciation and wonder, and it'd be a bit weird if we did it alone all week. Some Flood previews tomorrow Saturday 6th September at 7pm and opens proper on Sunday 7th September at 9.15pm in Boys School, Smock Alley.

Rain Man #2: Eddie Murphy

Sep
4,
2014
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EDDIE-C Eddie Murphy is an actor. He has previously appeared with Devious Theatre in Night Of The Living Dead, Shakespeare In Bits, Stags and Hens and Cannibal! The Musical. The apocalypse hits. What's the one thing that you would keep with you more than anything? My sanity. Which famous person would you most like to help you survive the apocalypse? Chuck Norris. For obvious reasons. If you were the only person left on earth, what would you miss most (apart from friends and family)? Dairy products. Even if I found a cow and figured out how to milk it, I mean, cheese. Not a clue how to make cheese. Nothing but vegan pizzas from here on out. Ugh. What is the most useful thing you've learned working on Some Flood? That I seem to have no bother being close to naked in front of a room full of people for an hour. This, I believe, could be a useful skill if funds become tight in the future. #irelandsnewestpornstar Out of the entire Some Flood team, who would you most like with you on a rooftop during the apocalypse and why? Kasia Kaminska. She is my significant other and of the female persuasion, so yeah, obvo. Re-population of the entire planet would rest solely on our shoulders. Talk about pressure to perform. Which film has given you the most valuable life lessons? Take Shelter. Just because EVERYONE thinks you're crazy doesn't exactly mean you are. That town was probably fair sickened with Michael Shannon. What are you most excited about during the Fringe run? The distinct possibility that Kevin Mooney will reveal to the audience more than they would like to have revealed to them. Some Flood previews on Saturday 6th September at 7pm and opens proper on Sunday 7th September at 9.15pm in Boys School, Smock Alley.

Rain Man #1: John Doran

Sep
3,
2014
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JOHN-DORAN-HEADSHOT_CJohn Doran is usually an actor. This year he is also a writer and director. On Some Flood, he does both. At this years Tiger Dublin Fringe he also presents his first one man show The Centre Of The Universe which is one of this years Show In A Bag offerings. He's a busy man but he had time to answer a few questions. The apocalypse hits. What's the one thing that you would keep with you more than anything? This completely depends on context. Somewhere wild, outdoorsy? One of them Swiss-army shovel-spade-frying pan-knife-tin opener tools. City or town? My bike. Or someone else's bike that is better than mine. Is a person a thing? Then probably a friend. It's a tough call whether I'd choose Eddie or Kevin. Probably Eddie because he's taller and hairier. Could be more practical if I need him to reach something, eat him or if I want a beard-coat to keep me warm. If I'm gonna be stuck on a roof surrounded by a flood? Boat. Which famous person would you most like to help you survive the apocalypse? Probably someone rich with a big house. Obama? Hugh Hefner? It's a tough call. I gotta be as practical about this decision as possible. Probably Hugh Hefner though. Old? Yes. But his resources make up for that. Plus, he's got a big house and lots of female companions (in case we need to repopulate the planet). Being Hugh Hefner's friend in this context would probably mean that I'd be next in line for the throne also. Although, America is very far away. If I get that boat from the first question, definitely America. And I'd probably change my object from the second question to a compass (sorry Eddie). If not, someone rich in Ireland. I really don't know who though. Enda? What's Bono's gaff like? Which film has taught you the most life lessons and why? Castaway. After the fact that it's mildly relative to the play; it's got a lot going for it. Life lesson: Man (questionably dated term for men and women) will always do what they can to survive, and should because they are awesome. That's only one lesson though, isn't it? It's a good lesson though. It's not my favourite film. My favourite film is The Warriors. Very little life lessons in it though, except that being framed is really annoying, which it absolutely is. If you were the only person left on earth, what would you miss most (apart from friends and family)? What about strangers? I would totally settle for a stranger. Are there animals? If not, dogs. Like, oh my God, who wouldn't miss having dogs around? If I do have a dog, I'd probably miss live music, or just the sounds of people living in a community. I was gonna say that I'd miss fridges, but that's just a line from the play. What is the most useful thing you've learned working on Some Flood? Getting a sense of how a director works has really made me appreciate what directors do one hundred percent more. And if you're one of those directors who I'm a massive fan of, one million percent. What are you most excited about during the Fringe run? Just letting the play happen after all the work that's gone into it. Also just very excited to see what the other plays are like. It's all very exciting. And getting to do my other show (The Centre of the Universe) that I'm doing with Show in Bag and shamelessly plugging here in this questionnaire (you asked!) Out of the entire Some Flood team, who would you most like with you on a rooftop during the apocalypse and why? I've already said Eddie Murphy for practical reasons and I'm going to have to stick with that. Moses Moorhouse is very close second. He's got enough hair to cloth an entire post-apocalyptic family. The only thing about Moses is that he isn't as tall as Eddie, which is what I call a "practical disadvantage" in this case. Why should people come see our show? People should come along because it's funny, clever, beautifully designed, beautifully lit, music is awesome, brilliantly/hilariously/grippingly performed and can generate nothing but good wholesome vibes throughout. It's got some serious energy, great physical set pieces and it's a great laugh that will leave you guessing. Some Flood previews on Saturday 6th September at 7pm and opens proper on Sunday 7th September at 9.15pm in Boys School, Smock Alley. The Centre Of The Universe opens on Tuesday 9th September at 1pm in Bewleys Cafe Theatre.
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