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"Impressively honest. Profoundly engaging, riveting, utterly compelling." The Irish Times on 'Have I No Mouth'
Brokentalkers as part of Dublin Theatre Festival presents
Dates: 01 Oct - 05 Oct
Show Time: 7.45pm & 8.45pm
A bold new production from Brokentalkers which examines perspectives on health, ageing and the future from the point of view of two very different generations.
On stage a teenage boy foresees his own death, while a woman in her sixties predicts that in the future robots will make better care-givers to the elderly, as they would never lose patience or become abusive.
Featuring an original soundtrack by Seán Millar (aka Doctor Millar) and choreography by Jessica Kennedy (junk ensemble), Frequency 783 explores the hopes and fears of people who imagine a future that they may never have a chance to realise.
Frequency 783 is the latest play from Brokentalkers, the multi award-winning company whose previous festival productions Have I No Mouth and The Blue Boy continue to tour internationally to widespread acclaim.
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Duration: 60 mins approx (no interval).
Contains strong language.
There will be a post-show discussion with members of the company following the performance on 5 October.
Writers and Directors: Feidlim Cannon and Gary Keegan
Music: Seán Millar
Choreography: Jessica Kennedy
Set and Lighting Design: Ciarán O’Melia
Sound Design: Jack Cawley
Video Design: Kilian Waters
Co-production: Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival Groningen
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