THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON Vol 5

Theatre

B-SIDE: Hannah O’Reilly / Matthew Bratko

Dates: 13 Dec - 13 Dec

Show Time: 8.30pm

Tickets: €12-14 (DOUBLE BILL: 1 NIGHT, 2 SIDES, €22)

I look just like my sister

by Hannah O’Reilly

What if your story is the effect of someone else’s experience?

If you grow up with a sick child in the family, and want to share your story, you must also share their personal experience of growing up as a sick child. But this isn’t your story to tell.

I Look Just Like My Sister is a work in development, of which other people hold the reigns. This is the potential documentation of her maybe reconnecting with her sister, depending on what her sister wants, and possibly sharing it.

This may or may not be a story about permission, privacy, representation, fear, family, ownership, and a struggle with mental health.

Hannah O’Reilly is an actress, theatre maker and artist. She trained with Theatre Lovett, The Corn Exchange, Bow Street, and Blue Raincoat, and has a passion for movement, music, documentary and feminism.

Healing Circle

by Matthew Bratko

Healing Circle is an interactive ceremony where I will guide actors and audience members in a collective effort to enact a spiritual ritual with the honest intent of actually healing a real person: my mother. There will also be jokes.

I’m a freelance actor, director, and producer from California, I came to Ireland to work with Collapsing Horse Theatre, as an intern/marketing/programming assistant/administrator/stage director and this is my Irish performance debut!

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