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War And Peace

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And we’re done! War Of Attrition finished at Galway Theatre Festival on Thursday amidst a hail of celebration, high fiving and general jubilation. It was great to finish the show in the City Of Tribes, especially considering it was our first time performing a show there. It was great to finally check out the festival […]

War Out West

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This week we’re bringing War Of Attrition to Galway Theatre Festival. This is our first time bringing a play out west and we’re really excited about performing in one of our most favourite cities in the country. It is quite honestly the best excuse for a theatrical road trip. We’re just finished our three night […]

Getting This Bash Started

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Our production of bash: latterday plays by Neil LaBute opens tonight in Cleeres Theatre. After a whirlwind couple of weeks of rehearsals we’ve arrived here in Cleeres Theatre to open up proceedings. We’ve been teching all morning, sorting out the seats and testing our soundscape. It’s all coming together really well and as an added […]

Are You Ready To Listen?

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‘The looser the better on this one I figure, so bottoms up, or whatever they say at the bar these days’ – iphigenia in orem by Neil LaBute. That’s all we’re asking. That you sit and listen to these three stories. And if you need to loosen up, then by all means loosen up. bash: […]

Medea Redux

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Annette O’Shea last played the lead role of Claire in Smitten. Here, she talks about how she came across Medea Redux and what the part means to her. In a strange way, my rehearsal for this play began about four years ago. I am sure he has long forgotten but back in 2008, in my […]

A Gaggle Of Saints

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Amy Dunne plays Sue in A Gaggle Of Saints. Here she talks about the challenges of a duologue and her love of LaBute. I had always hoped Devious would to a Neil LaBute play. I read The Shape of Things about seven years ago and so began my love for this playwright. I made it […]

Iphigenia In Orem

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John Morton last appeared for us in Smitten. Here, he writes about his relationship with iphigenia in orem and what exactly makes him want to tell that story. I performed iphigenia in orem in college a few years ago. Not the entire thing, just an excerpt from it, maybe three pages or so. I did […]

Bash Final Poster

John Morton
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This is the final poster for our production of Neil LaBute’s bash: latterday plays which runs from October 17th – 22nd in Cleeres Theatre, Kilkenny. It showcases the four letter based posters that we’ve released throughout the week, featuring the cast of the play Amy Dunne, Ken McGuire, John Morton and Annette O’Shea. As usual, […]

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‘I don’t even stop to think this through’ Our final poster from bash: latterday plays is of Ken McGuire playing the part of John in a gaggle of saints, directed by Annette O’Shea. In a gaggle of saints, a young Mormon couple tell the story of a romantic weekend in New York in duologue form. […]

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‘But see, in a weird way though, it excited me.’ Our next bash: latterday plays poster is of Amy Dunne playing the part of Sue in a gaggle of saints, which is being directed by Annette O’Shea. In a gaggle of saints, a young couple tell the events of a violent weekend away in New […]