Angie Smalis, Colin Gee and Mark Carberry present

Dance

John's Query

Dates: 06 Mar - 06 Mar

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €12 - €14

A new dance work for three historical figures set in Limerick’s St. John’s Square.

The public square in John’s Query is both a place and a network, where, through mistranslations and the pursuit of shared perspective, three time periods are merged in the pursuit of common ground.”

As the lives of the characters intertwine in a dramatic narrative involving expectation, faith, betrayal, and misunderstanding, the question is posed: Will people always betray others for the sake of their own interests?

 

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Composer: Jennifer Walshe
Creative Consultant: Robin Parmar
Production Manager/Sound Operator: Kerrie Ahern
Lighting Design: Gearoid O’hAllmhuráin
Graphic Design: Alina O’Shaughnessy
Videography: Dominik Kosicki
Video Production: Patrick Kelley
Stage Design: Martin Shannon
Costume Design: Giordana Giache
Audio Design: Colin Gee
Photography: Angie Pappas Constable

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