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Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer: Anne Washburn Director: Ronan Phelan Reviewer: Clíona O'Connell   "This is a cartoon. That's what we're doing. You keep trying to turn it into a drama." Indeed Anne Washburn's clever dark comedy set in a post-nuclear disaster America does just that. Set over the course of three acts, Washburn uses the dramatic structure to imagine the future of society ...

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Inhabitance – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer: Peter Dunne Director: Ronan Phelan Reviewer: David Doyle Inhabitance, the latest offering from Glass Doll Productions, is an exploration of tragedy in the internet age. The play, written by Peter Dunne, which initially began as four monologues, examines a woman willing to do anything to find her missing daughter. A dark thriller with tinges of black comedy the production ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE: To Space – Science Gallery (Studio Space), Dublin

Writer: Niamh Shaw Director: Ronan Phelan Reviewer: Orna O' Connor To Space by Niamh Shaw, directed by Ronan Phelan is currently running as part of The Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival at The Science Gallery Studio Space, and it is a frustrating piece of theatre. This frustration arises as a result of the disappointment which occurs when a promising creative team ...

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LAMBO – Bewley’s Café Theatre, Dublin

Director: Ronan Phelan Writer: Hugh Travers Reviewer: Ciara Murphy It’s always a risk when you impart comedy onto Ireland’s well known and much loved, and hated, household names but in LAMBO the familiarity works. Funny and baffling at the same time, Travers takes the audience on a witty reimagining of one man’s attempt at survival, both on and off the ...

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