26 April-07 May,
Articulate Anatomy Theatre,
by John Dawson and Andy Crook.
Drawing on classical mythology and modern urban myths, Mouth is a explores the real and surreal implications of storytelling with a raw and edgy perspective.
Mouth introduces an academic lost in a world of fabricated myth and legend. The division of reality and stories of fear and chaos which are perpetuated by Dublins underground Secret Urban Legends Society begin to eat into the heart of his pragmatic world. From the computer virus to rat burgers this highly stylised production explores the real and surreal implications of the modern horror story.
Articulate Anatomy Theatre is an award winning physical collective formed in early 2003 which explores the boundaries of visceral theatre through physicality, voice, sound and vision. Following on the success of PUBU (Dublin Fringe Festival 2003) and the award winning My Foot My Tutor (Project, 2004), Articulate Anatomy are back in their stylised stride with Mouth. Devised by writer John Dawson and director Andy Crook. The cast includes Mal Whyte, Mark DAughton, Anthony Morris, Gillian McCarthy and Jody O Neill.
The company has been described as provocative and explosive since they burst onto the scene at the Dublin Fringe Festival in 2003. With a collective nod to such diverse influences as “Blue Velvet” and “Fight Club” as well as Commedia and clown, Mouth will give you a taste of what Articulate Anatomy are all about!
What the press said,
“A daringly physical production” Irish Times PUBU 2003
“Articulate Anatomy deliver a has-to-be-seen-to-be-believed, high-energy and incredibly ingenious performance that is one of the highlights of the Dublin Fringe” Irish Examiner PUBU, 2003
“One of the most impressive examples of theatrical discipline Ive seen…” – Irish Theatre Magazine, My Foot My Tutor, 2004
Articulate Anatomy Theatre
by John Dawson and Andy Crook
Cast includes Mal Whyte, Mark DAughton, Anthony Morris,
Gillian McCarthy and Jody O Neill.