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Dates: 14 Jan - 14 Jan
565+ is about survival. There comes a time in all our lives when we look for help, when we reach crisis, when we will try anything that helps. For some it is therapy, for others it is medication. For Marie ORourke it is the theatre. Marie ORourke is a school teacher who began attending the theatre seven years ago on the advice of her doctor. Since then she has seen over 565 plays. Marie credits the theatre with saving her life.
What the critics thought: an extraordinarily uplifting exerpience The Irish Times
McKevitt and her compatriots have crafted a piece of theatre that artfully celebrates the everyday and finds unexpected resonance in the simplest of exchanges Irish Theatre Magazine on Victor and Gord 565+ – Una McKevitt is part of Project Catalyst, a Project Arts Centre initiative.
Performance Dates, Tickets and Information
12 – 14 JAN 2012 ~ Tickets
Duration, 60 mins no interval
Directed by Una McKevitt
Performed by Marie O’Rourke
Production Manager: Barry Madden
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