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Injectable Amoxicillin U K, It's been a hell of a 12 months for Devious Theatre. This time last year we were prepping for 3 plays. We did 4. Then did a play within a play, that kinda makes five. Plus collectively our core bunch of awesome thespians dipped their toes in and out of the water with other companies and festivals, so it's been nuts. But terrifically so, Injectable Amoxicillin U K. Currently, we're prepping for another 3... we hope it stays at that number.
Our big project of 2011 was In The Future When All's Well which was our biggest project ever in fact. Three plays in six months and two of them hit the road. Injectable Amoxicillin U K, We kept busy for the rest of the year though... and now we're absolutely, fucking wrecked. But happy, Injectable Amoxicillin U K usa.
Here's what we did:
Written and directed by John Morton, produced by Ken McGuire, Angela Barrett and Paddy Dunne, it took its bow on February 17th in Project Arts Centre as part of The Theatre Machine Turns You On Volume II. It played in Kilkenny Arts Office from 22nd - 26th February in Kilkenny Arts Office.We may just bring it back if it stays relevant... and so far, it is, Injectable Amoxicillin U K.
Written by John Kennedy, directed by John Morton, produced by Ken McGuire, Angela Barrett and Paddy Dunne. Shifting played 18th - 23rd April in Kilkenny Arts Office as part of In The Future When All's Well. It turned out to be our biggest hit of the year.
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Bash: Latterday Plays
Written by Neil LaBute, directed by Ken McGuire, Annette O'Shea and John Morton. Produced by Angela Barrett. It played Cleere's Theatre from October 17th - 22nd. This was the first time we went serious.., Injectable Amoxicillin U K. no one laughed. Much. In fact, some people walked out. That's what it's all about for us - keep them coming back for more, but keep them guessing.
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The people who made all of this were:
Amy Dunne, Alan Butler, Ross Costigan, Paddy Dunne, Ken McGuire, Annette O'Shea, John Morton, 750mg Injectable Amoxicillin U K, David Thompson, Angela Barrett, Alex Christle, Linda Hanbidge, Eddie Brennan, Lucy McKenna, Richie Cody, Geoff Warner Clayton, Louise O'Connor, Sorcha O'Boyle, Alan Slattery, Darragh Byrne, Nathanael McDonald, John Kennedy, Eleanor Walsh, 100mg Injectable Amoxicillin U K, Peter O'Connor, Ruth Phelan, Jessica Walsh, Colin O'Brien, Rhian Gibson, Aoibhín Murphy, Adrian 'Razor' Kavanagh, Connie Walsh, Alan Doyle, Shaelin Vellani, Stephanie Cassin, Aidan Doheny, Jack O'Leary, 10mg Injectable Amoxicillin U K, Kevin Mooney, Gemma Grant, Suzanne O'Brien, Maria Murray, Lynsey Moran, Thom Dowling, David Sheenan, John Doran, Niamh Moyles.
Also major thanks to everyone who facilitated, sponsored, programmed, funded and supported this work: Kilkenny Arts Office, Mary Butler, Niamh Finn, THEATREclub, 500mg Injectable Amoxicillin U K, Lara Hickey, Zia Holly, Solstice, Dawn MacAllister, Ruairí Donovan, Shirley Somers, Eszter Nemethi, Cork Midsummer Festival, Johnny Holden, Paul McCabe, Cleeres Theatre, Project Arts Centre, Maeve Butler and everyone on our friends of programme: John Cleere, Injectable Amoxicillin U K australia, Darragh Doyle, Anthony McGuiness, Enda McEvoy, Darren Byrne, Steve Aylin, Tess Felder, Gemma McGirr, Patricia Walsh, Tom and Angela Barrett and Willie Byrne. Thank you all.
While we have them namechecked above, we couldn't have completed the year without the help from Mary Butler and Niamh Finn at Kilkenny Arts Office with the backing of Kilkenny County Council. In times when funding for arts is being cut left, right and centre, and indeed decimated in other areas, they continued their support of our company by putting a roof over our heads for six months to develop personally and professionally, Injectable Amoxicillin U K. Our residency gave opportunity to 44 individuals to work in a theatre space for six months of the year, to hit the road to Dublin and Cork and see what it's like to make theatre both on and off the stage. They have been firm supporters of our work since our inception in 2006 and they continued their support after the residency finished at the beginning of July by handing us the keys for our new home at The Maltings under the Not An Empty Space initiative. While it's up to us to pay the rent and the bills, 250mg Injectable Amoxicillin U K, they arranged everything for us, including the setup costs (which we must pay back) but as a result, we were able to produce works like bash and Pyramus and Thisbe for TEXT | Messages.
We've also stepped things up on the organisational front as well and now boast the letters LTD after our name. Injectable Amoxicillin U K, Check that. Boom.
Next year will see us return to the Watergate Theatre in July with a new(ish) play written by Connie Walsh and John Morton, a return to radio theatre, a prospective festival jaunt, John Kennedy scribbling a new play and a crash course play clinic with the wonderful people in Fishamble. More elaborations on all that and a lot more besides will follow as we kick off 2012. And again, hopefully all will be well.
So from ourselves (Angela, Injectable Amoxicillin U K mexico, John, Ken, Paddy), our thanks again to everyone who made our 2011 possible. As much as we make theatre for ourselves, we do it for you too and it is you who drive us to continue to make more. Have yerselves a deadly Christmas, enjoy the time off and we'll see you again in the New Year.
The excellent Devious Theatre Company completed their residency with Kilkenny Arts Office with an updating of another John Morton play – SmittenPrilosec And Synthroid, – a Kilkenny love story, a play that wants to be a musical. As ever there is a newness, a freshness, 250mg Prilosec And Synthroid, an in-your-faceness about Devious that does not have a Waterford equivalent – mores the pity. 150mg Prilosec And Synthroid, They seem to assemble excellent casts, time after time and convert spaces into site-specific performance places.
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What can you tell us, if anything, about Daffney Molloy?
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How does it feel going back to an old character after this period of time?
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What was the experience of doing it in Cork like?
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Smitten runs for the next 2 nights in Kilkenny Arts Office. Seats are limited. Call 056 - 7794138 for reservations. .
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How does it feel to see Dave Thompson step into the roll of Kevin, and namely yourself into the roll of Tommy when compared to 2008?
It's been weird and cool. Is Retin-a Good For Acne, I'd initially written Tommy with Dave in mind years ago. Dave played the character in a film I did with YIFM when I was 18 called Skegs and Skangers and it's basically the Smitten characters but as teenagers. So I always thought Dave should still play it. 50mg Is Retin-a Good For Acne, But it just didn't work out this time either, much like 2008. All the bits in this version where Tommy sings and plays guitar have quietly been phased out the past few weeks because frankly, I am no David Thompson. As for Kevin, he's basically the straight man, which I loved playing, but I figured it'd be a good fit for Dave, Is Retin-a Good For Acne. Also, because he's the straight man he can't ad lib as much, Is Retin-a Good For Acne craiglist. The 'stairs and pogo sticks' line has nothing to do with me.
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Can you actually dance in real life or are you just using your acting?
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If you could pick one of the three residency pieces as your favourite, what would it be and why?
Shifting, hands down. 1000mg Is Retin-a Good For Acne, New writing, new cast, new audiences and it was a lovely, beautiful, unique challenge. Also, Is Retin-a Good For Acne uk, I did just one job instead of multi tasking. John Kennedy just nailed that script and I loved working with him. The cast were also amazing. Scarily talented bunch, Is Retin-a Good For Acne. I was insanely proud of that play. Is Retin-a Good For Acne us, I'd do it forever if I could.
So where next for Smitten. A book. Is Retin-a Good For Acne, The big screen. Another version in three years time with even more dancing and singing?
I'd love to do it again in 3 years but I think it would probably be more beneficial to use the same characters when I'm in my 30's to talk about my 30's. I have a screenplay and there has been some interest in it (which is me not trying to jinx it by saying from where) so I think ideally, I'd love to see it being made into a film, Is Retin-a Good For Acne usa. But yeah, I've been writing those characters since I was 17 and I figure I'll get a lot more out of them. Whether people want to listen to them or not is another thing entirely.
What's your favourite musical?
Singin' In The Rain, Is Retin-a Good For Acne. But shur, that's an obvious one once you've seen the play.
Smitten runs until Saturday night July 2nd. Tickets are still available from the venue and bookings can be made on 056 - 7794138. They're starting to sell out though!.
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What's it like to swap parts for this production?
It feels like me and Ken have switched ends during a gentlemen's spit roast. It's great though, 10mg Zithromax Side Effects 2 Gram. Zithromax Side Effects 2 Gram, The character of Dave didn't slap half enough arses for me. Now Niall, on the other hand... Zithromax Side Effects 2 Gram us, How did you feel about having to sing and dance in this one?
Everybody knows that I'm a natural dancer and I've got the voice of an angel. I just hope the rest of the cast can keep up. It's been like a real life musical at times during rehearsals, with people spontaneously busting into song and dance routines, Zithromax Side Effects 2 Gram ebay. Most people do it for the practice, Zithromax Side Effects 2 Gram. I do it to show off.
What was the reaction to Cork like and how has it prepared you for Kilkenny?
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What's your favourite musical. And why?
Cannibal. The Musical. All singing, all dancing, all flesh eating.
Smitten plays until Saturday night July 2nd at Kilkenny Arts Office. Tickets can be bought at the venue or booked on 056 - 7794138 or online here..
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What's the biggest difference between this Smitten and the last. Both as an actor and a producer?
I'm much less of a cunt in this one than the first one. That's pretty much the only difference, Buy Clomid Online Australia. Actually, in fairness, a lot has changed, Buy Clomid Online Australia craiglist. Visually, the show is much different, the story works a little differently, there's plenty of dancing to be had and we've had a great rotation of actors around the characters. Plus, the relationship between the actors has been greatly strengthened over the past few years, 500mg Buy Clomid Online Australia, some of us having worked on all three productions in the residency. That close-quarters working relationship has really added to the chemistry and energy around the production, hopefully all of that feeding back into the show on stage. Buy Clomid Online Australia, As a producer, it seems business as usual, though if we were busy in August 2008 then we're incredibly busy now. We walked into a venue the last time (at The Barn) and this time around we've built the venue setting from the ground up at the Arts Office. On that note there's been a lot more to organise than previous - the technical requirements and configuration of the venue are much more demanding.
What's it like to swap parts for this production?
It was a bit confusing at first. Stepping onto the stage for the first time I'm like "oh, I'm a grown up alright" and every time Kevin Mooney takes to the stage I'm mouthing my old monologue, Buy Clomid Online Australia overseas. Rumour has he's the same, Buy Clomid Online Australia. It's nice to change it up though. It would have been incredibly easy for everyone to fall back into the same roles as the 2008 production but I think the change up has added a new element to it as well. We're all conscious of how the roles were played before and we've all been looking to move away from how the characters were delivered. Not that they were delivered in a bad way in the first version, but we're treating it as a new production, new roles, 50mg Buy Clomid Online Australia, new characters and really playing to the strengths of that.
What was your reaction to the uptake of singing and dancing in this version?Buy Clomid Online Australia, I'm all over it. There wasn't half enough dancing in Cannibal. (2007) and the last time I danced on stage I wound up getting shot in the head as a result. I learned my lesson. Flash forward four years though and I'm looking forward to it. The dance rehearsals have been good craic and fair play to Gemma for putting up with us for the past few weeks, Buy Clomid Online Australia. If you're able to get over the fact that you're dancing and prancing around like an eejit, then you're sorted.
How has the Cork performance at Solstice prepared you for Kilkenny?
Cork was fantastic, 150mg Buy Clomid Online Australia. In fairness, there was a lot of cuts made to the production and we were still making a few changes the afternoon we opened in terms of how some scenes would operate but to go down, perform the show to the crowd that was there (primarily newcomers to our work) and to get that kind of reaction and feedback, I don't think we could have really asked for me. I'd been talking to some of the folk who had been to see Scratcher in Dublin and when asked how I thought the show had gone my response was "It's served exactly the same purpose as Scratcher". Buy Clomid Online Australia, At the time, we didn't know what the purpose of it was other than to show off the work, but it focused the cast more and with the bones of a week to go before the Kilkenny opening, it's great to know that the content, the humour and most other parts of the show work, and work well. Needless to say, Buy Clomid Online Australia craiglist, I'm looking forward to the Kilkenny run, and putting my feet up in the evenings for a few weeks afterwards.
How do you think it measures up to the other plays in In The Future When All's Well?
It beats the hell out of Shifting. End of. Those youngsters didn't know what they were doing at all. Pretending to use their acting, sitting around drinking and giving out for an hour, sure that's not theatre at all, Buy Clomid Online Australia. I think Smitten has been the party we've been waiting for, at least us older heads. It measures up well to the previous pieces in the residency, 250mg Buy Clomid Online Australia. Scratcher had the humour but was quite serious at the same time, focusing on a lot of frustration with the state of the country at the time (what's changed, eh?). Shifting was great for me - the first production since we've started that I've not been on stage in (and equally freed me up for much more production work, which really sealed the success of the show in fairness). We've been down the road of SmittenBuy Clomid Online Australia, once before but if people thought we knocked it out of the park back then, we're knocking it out of the city with this production. Boom. Buy Clomid Online Australia overseas, So does it measure up. Absolutely. And how.
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Where do I start. Truth be told, that's where my interest in theatre sprang from and it's only from our own work over the past 10 years or so (stretching back to the pre-college days). I've a grand collection of musical soundtracks, have worked on productions of Joseph, 150mg Buy Clomid Online Australia, Jesus Christ Superstar, Half A Sixpence and more. I've been to see Les Miserables, actually went to the cinema to watch Phantom Of The Opera and own a copy of it on DVD. Buy Clomid Online Australia, If I was to pick a favourite musical, it would be phantom. Definitely not for the film version, but more for the soundtrack. 10mg Buy Clomid Online Australia, I listened to it for years before actually reading the book and various scripts. If I could see the West End version of it, I'd be happy out. Second to that would be Cannibal! All time musical craic.
Smitten opens tomorrow June 26th in Kilkenny Arts Office and runs until Saturday July 2nd. Tickets can be bought at the venue or online at tickets.devioustheatre.com. Bookings can be made on 0861048191..