She’s not sleeping, she doesn’t trust ducks and all she’s had to eat this week is a box of dry Rice Krispies.
A doctor recommends a form of exposure therapy, so Faye enlists the help of her brother, Naoise. But Naoise has a devastating secret that’s about to explode.
A darkly funny new play by Ciara Elizabeth Smyth that offers a theatrical exploration into the human brain via the genitals.
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Ciara Elizabeth Smyth is an award-winning playwright from Dublin. Her plays have been presented by the Abbey Theatre, Fishamble; The New Play Company, Dublin Fringe, Project Arts Centre and Bewley’s Cafe Theatre.
Currently, Ciara is on commission to adapt her debut play, All Honey, (Fishamble New Writing Award 2017) and her 2019 play Sauce for television, with Buccaneer Media and Maia Pictures, respectively. She is also on commission with the National Youth Theatre of Ireland, Fishamble; New Play Company, the Abbey Theatre and Chapter One Pictures.
Ciara was the playwright on Rough Magic’s SEEDS programme 2018-2020, recipient of the Next Generation Award 2020 and her recent play, Irishtown, was longlisted for The Women’s Prize for Playwriting 2020.
Supported by the MAC Theatre, Belfast. Developed at FRINGE LAB and presented in association with An Táin Arts Centre.
Project Arts Centre is proudly supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council.
Contains loud noise and strobe lighting, references to mental health and depictions of nudity and sexual violence.