Dates: 01 May - 11 May

Dates: 1 – 7 May 2013

Based on the Stanford Prison Experiments of the 1970’s, Broadening challenges the relationship between those who have authority and those who allow them to have it. The premise is simple – 7 people from different walks of life play house together in the name of science. However, the outcome of every experiment is never pre-determined and can sometimes spin wildly out of control…

Glass Doll Productions is proud to present the return of their ABSOLUT Fringe 2012 showBroadening to Project Arts Centre. The first show to sell out at last year’s festival, Broadeninggarnered 5-star reviews and was nominated for best design at the ABSOLUT Fringe Awards 2012 – their return promises to thrill, excite and ignite!
Broadening is written by emerging Dublin playwright Peter Dunne, and directed by Rough Magic SEEDS participant Ronan Phelan, the cast subject themselves to a volatile social experiment…

Directed by Ronan Phelan
Writter by Peter Dunne
Lighting and Set Design by Zia Holly
Costume by Donncha O’Dea
Composed by Denis Clohessy
Produced by Aoife Moroney-Ward and Donncha O’Dea
Stage Management by Tara Conlon
Graphic Design by Oliver Kehoe Smith
Movement Direction by Claire WalshCast Includes: Genevieve Hulme-Beaman, Rob Bannon, Michelle McMahon, Clare Monnelly, Matthew O’Brien, Jaime O’Neill, Anna Shields-McNamee

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