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DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL: Company – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer: Samuel Beckett Director: Sarah Jane Scaife Reviewer: Saoirse Anton Published in 1980, Company seems an unlikely candidate for a stage adaptation, a radio play perhaps, but the story of a man lying alone on his back in the dark considering his past and current existence does not seem like a piece for theatre. However, since its publication, Company has prompted a ...

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riverrun – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Adapter, Director, Performer: Olwen Fouéré Co-Director: Kellie Hughes Reviewer: Monica Insinga Olwen Fouéré’s transcendental adaptation of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, riverrun is back at the Project Arts Centre, back where it stood during its highly successful run at the Dublin Theatre Festival 2013 (DTF). This reviewer still clearly remembers seeing it during the DTF, thinking that she was witnessing something ...

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Little Gem – Civic Theatre, Dublin

Writer and Director: Elaine Murphy Reviewer: Monica Insinga Since its first multi-award-winning production at the 2008 Dublin Fringe Festival, Little Gem by Elaine Murphy has garnered success after success from Dublin to Edinburgh, from Australia to New York. This Breda Cashe production sees Murphy debuting at the helm of her first full-length play, directing two of the original cast members ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE: The Rest Is Action – Project Arts Centre, Dublin.

Creators: Brian Bennett, José Miguel Jimenez, Rob McDermott and Nyree Yergainharsian Director: José Miguel Jimenez Reviewer: Monica Insinga The Company, past Spirit of the Fringe (2009) and Best Production (2010) winners are back at the Dublin Fringe Festival with a visually challenging production, which does not disappoint. Using The Oresteia as a loose framework for their original transposition of what ...

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