Rough Magic Theatre Company presents



Dates: 24 Nov - 28 Nov

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €11 - € 16

Preview: 24 November €13/11

Dates: 25 – 28 November €16/14

Anna Bella Eema is an eerie trailer park epic about a fierce mother-daughter bond spoken and sung by three women.

A hermetic mother and her restless daughter are the last remaining inhabitants of a trailer park destined for demolition. With the emergence of a supernatural force, their relationship with one another and the fearsome world outside changes forever.

Cameron Macaulay is a Sound Designer and Composer on the Rough Magic SEEDS programme. His recent credits include Bears in Space (Collapsing Horse) and Everything Between Us (Rough Magic).

Lisa D’Amour is an Obie award-winning playwright from New Orleans. Her play Detroit was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and was produced by Steppenwolf Theatre Company. This year, her play Airline Highway received four Tony award nominations.

Rough Magic SEEDS programme is a two-year development programme for emerging theatre artists.


Running time: 90 minutes

Written by Lisa D’Amour

Co-directed by Cameron Macaulay and Shane Mac an Bhaird (SEEDS)

Set and Costume by Design by Cáit Corkery (SEEDS)

Lighting Design by Zia Holly

Cast: Rachel Gleeson, Mollie Molumby and Roseanna Purcell


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