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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Everything Not Saved – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Devised by: MALAPROP with Dylan Coburn Gray Director: Claire O’Reilly Reviewer: Laura Marriott Everything Not Saved is this year’s Fringe Festival presentation from MALAPROP theatre company. In 2015 they were awarded Spirit of Fringe award for LOVE+ so expectations are high for their new show. They tackle the big subjects through three very different scenes. As the play begins a ...

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Jericho – Bewley’s Café Theatre @ Powerscourt Town Centre, Dublin

Devised by: Breffni Holohan and Dylan Coburn Gray Director: Claire O’Reilly Reviewer: Saoirse Anton Malaprop’s Jericho, performed by Maeve O’Mahony is described as “A fresh, entertaining and up-to-the-minute response to current world events.”The audience is brought into a discussion of the challenges of living in a digital, consumerist world,  through the eyes of a journalist working on a story about ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Briseis After the Black – The New Theatre, Dublin

Writer/Director: Dylan Coburn Gray Reviewer: Saoirse Anton An adaptation of an adaptation of a play, in which a different actor with no prior rehearsal plays one of the leading characters each night, sounds like a recipe for a convoluted shambles of a production. Briseis After the Black proves this assumption wrong. With dexterity and energy, Coburn Gray conjures the production ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: BlackCatfishMusketeer – The Lir, Dublin

Writer: Dylan Coburn Gray Director: Claire O’Reilly Reviewer: Saoirse Anton We interact differently to how we did just a couple of decades ago; the internet has changed how we get to know people, it has changed how we communicate. BlackCatfishMusketeer is a show about this, about people getting to know each other online, however, it is no “tsk young folks ...

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GALWAY THEATRE FESTIVAL: The Blue Boy – Town Hall Theatre, Galway

Directors: Gary Keegan &Feidlim Cannon Choreographer: Eddie Kay Reviewer: Ciara L. Murphy In a year cluttered with political and historical commemorations and subsequently a heightened focus on collective remembrance it is easy to forget those whose histories have been hidden. Brokentalkers’ The Blue Boy seeks to remedy this in a performance that is conceptual, evocative, and emotionally affective. First produced ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE: Love + – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

  Devised by: Dylan Coburn Gray, Claire O'Reilly, Breffni Holahan, Maeve O'Mahony Director: Claire O’Reilly Reviewer: Saoirse Anton Telling the story of a woman and her personal robot with whom she has fallen in love, Love+ treads that delicate line between amusing and unsettling with great dexterity. Not reaching any definite conclusions about the relationship between robots and humans, this ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE: B(r)itches – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Creators: Dylan Coburn Gray, Claire Galvin and Leah Minto Reviewer: Caitriona Reilly B(r)itches is a performance which plays with the conventions of theatre and poses what actors are prepared to do for the sake of their art / money. The performance offers the audience a look into the realm behind the stage: inside the rehearsal room and drama school workshops. ...

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