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"Darkly insistent performances" Irish Times
"Mesmerising and engaging" Reviews Hub
"Exquisite and unforgettable" The Arts Review
‘Junk Ensemble has created some of the most impressive contemporary dance in Ireland... Enthralling and exact’ The Sunday Times
Dates: 09 Nov - 10 Nov
Show Time: 7.30pm
Post-show discussion: 09 November, with Ciaran Smyth, Consultant Sociologist on the project and members of the company.
Matinee: 2.30pm 10 November, €16
What makes us help someone and what makes us simply stand by?
‘I didn’t want to get involved’ Anonymous Neighbour, 1964
An intriguing and adventurous production by multi-award winning dance theatre innovators, Junk Ensemble. Inspired by the ‘bystander effect’ phenomenon of the murder of Kitty Genovese. Murdered outside her apartment in Queens, New York, thirty-eight witnesses saw or heard the attack, yet no-one called for help.
Performed by internationally acclaimed performers and drawing on the expertise of a sociologist, The Bystander gets under the skin of how we behave, bringing to the surface some of the murkier and complex behaviours of contemporary society.
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Suitable for ages 15+
Direction and Choreography: Jessica Kennedy and Megan Kennedy and created in collaboration with the cast.
Performers: Steve Blount, Stephanie Dufresne, Stephen Moynihan, Tilly Webber
Set Design: Sabine Dargent
Lighting Design: Zia Bergin-Holly
Music and Sound Design: Denis Clohessy
Costume Design: Sarah Foley
Dramaturgy: Feidlim Cannon
Consultant Sociologist & Collaborator: Ciaran Smyth
Video Promo: Luca Truffarelli
The production is funded by the Arts Council Dance Project Award.
April 11 2019, at 12:46pm
Project Arts Centre is proud to present a new season of solo exhibitions featuring work from leading international artists. Highlights from the 2019 visual arts programme will include Exorcisms, the first solo exhibition in Ireland of Israeli-American artist, writer and film director Roee Rosen that negotiates the alternate forms and practices of devotion, possession and politicized demonology, and a landmark solo exhibition with a new commission from Northern Irish artist Sandra Johnston. The 2019 programme will close out an exhibition of work from one of the most outstanding feminist and queer artists of her generation, Prague-based visual artist Anna Daučíková.…Read More
March 21 2019, at 12:30pm
Project Arts Centre and Arts & Disability Ireland are delighted to announce the recipient of the REALISE production award for theatre and contemporary dance artists with disabilities. The REALISE Award is designed to support the production and presentation of ambitious new work by individual artists. It represents an exciting opportunity to present ambitious new work that reflects the complexity of contemporary life in Ireland to a diverse audience. The final recipient is playwright Roderick Ford. Roderick will receive a production award of €40,000 for production of his play The Spider’s House at Project Arts Centre in February 2020. Speaking about…Read More