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THE EURYDICE PROJECT

Dates: 21 Mar - 01 Apr

Tickets: €12 - €16

Preview: 21 Mar 7.30pm €12
Dates: 22 Mar – 1 Apr 7.30pm €16/€14
Matinees: 25 Mar & 1 Apr 2.30pm €12

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A radically new retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth – told from her side of hell on earth. Follow Eurydice on an epic music-theatre journey of love, rage and fury against cold political calculation.

This visually stunning work explodes the classical myth into a highly visceral spectacle, unmasking the fakery of patriarchal society.

With live music composed by Jane Deasy and performed by Alex Petcu (Crash Ensemble), Éna Brennan, and Rachel NíChuinn (Dublin Laptop Orchestra), featuring projection design by Algorithm and scenic design by Ger Clancy.

 

Post Show
Wednesday 29th Mar
Hugh Farrell (Producer) Joanna Crawley (Writer) and cast

 

Running time: 75 min (no interval)

Suitable for ages 13+

 

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Written by Joanna Crawley
Directed by Lee Wilson
Composed by Jane Deasy
Eurydice: India Mullen
Orpheus: Michael-David McKernan
Hades: Barry McKiernan
Musicians: 
Alex Petcu, Éna Brennan, Rachel Ní Chuinn
Set design by Ger Clancy
Costumes by Sarah Foley
Sound by Eóin Murphy
Projections by Algorithm
Choreography by Monika Bieniek
Produced by Hugh Farrell
Line Producer: Rachel Bergin
Production Manager: Barry O’Donovan
Stage Manager: Fodhla O’Brien

Supported by the Arts Council and Dublin City Council

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