Home Tag "2012"

Playing Dead

John Morton
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At this stage, we’ve near exhausted the archive of material from last years Irish stage premiere of Night Of The Living Dead but there’s one more piece that still hasn’t been exhumed. We had a camera at production meetings, rehearsals, poster shoots and for the kick off of production too. It’s all resulted in Playing […]

Ciara Donegan

Post Mortem Photography

John Morton
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We still haven’t shook off those persistent living dead just yet. As we get the house in order for the new work we’ll be making this year, we have been filling in the archives with last years work. There is a lot of material left over from our Irish stage premiere of Night Of The […]

Ciara Donegan

12 Months Later…

John Morton
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We’ve had a really good year. And if the world ends on Friday, then we’re going out on a high note. 2012 saw us produce the Irish stage premiere of Night Of The Living Dead. It was a big show. Definitely our biggest to date. So big we couldn’t move it anywhere to show it […]

Ciara Donegan

Sparks Are Making Brownbread

John Morton
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We used to be the hungry, young go getters of theatre in Kilkenny in our late teens and early twenties who were whipping up a theatrical revolution in the motherland. 6 years on, we’re mid to late twenties, still hungry, slightly more respectable, way more tired but no longer can we be called young go […]

Ciara Donegan

TEXT Back!

John Morton
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One of the most fun projects we worked on last year was TEXT|Messages in the Project Arts Centre. Based entirely on William Shakespeare’s plays, it was designed to showcase young directors and actors battling the Bard using only 160 lines of his text. And the rules were tight, no editing, consecutive text and no changing […]

Ciara Donegan

Dead Disco

John Morton
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Oh, the dead will dance. If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, we just want to remind you that we’ll be throwing a seriously horrorshow event Saturday night in Cleeres Theatre. And it’s all in aid of The O’Neill Centre / Enable Ireland! And horrorshow is definitely the name of the game this […]

Ciara Donegan

The Next Stage

John Morton
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The dust has just settled on this years Absolut Fringe Festival in Dublin with some of our regular Deviants working on a few productions, such as Eddie Murphy (All Hell Lay Beneath), John Morton (Mass) and Aidan Doheny (The Making Of The Frogs). And now the Irish theatre world is gearing up for the big […]

Ciara Donegan

In Love With The Buzz

John Morton
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Published in The Munster Express, week ending September 7th Phantasm review by Liam Murphy Devious Theatre Company in Kilkenny are impressive, especially the way they bring good. new work to the stage. They champion new writers for young audiences, and they support these young theatre makers, with brash confidence and excellent actors and technicians. If […]

Ciara Donegan

Portions For Foxes

John Morton
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Published in The Kilkenny People on 29th August. Phantasm review by Michael Andrew Clancy. Phantasm is the latest offering from local theatrical innovators, the Devious Theatre Company. Written by John Kennedy, directed by John Morton, produced by Ken McGuire, and starring Colin O’Brien and Hazel Doyle, Phantasm tells the story of Leaving Cert students, Adam […]

Ciara Donegan

To The Bottom Of The Sea

John Morton
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Phantasm finished on Saturday night to a packed house and a standing ovation. It was a lovely way to send the play home after a summer of performances. And finishing it on home turf for OUT For The Weekend was the cherry on top. We brought John Kennedy’s play to Solstice and Abhainn Rí, two […]

Ciara Donegan