Sarah Browne’s project, titled Public feeling, considers the ways our bodies are changing – physically and socially – in a post-austerity context. Her project responds to the gym or leisure centre as a space where the bodies of citizens are trained, transformed and cared for.
A potent brew of passion, ambition, and courage, Kissing the Witch cracks open the stories we know and love to see what’s really going on beneath the cloaks and crowns. This European premiere is presented by The Corps Ensemble with support from Phizzfest & The Bohemian Bar and written by Emma Donoghue, Oscar-winning writer of ‘Room’.
A dark and twisted rollercoaster through the back alleys and mean streets of Dublin. This thrilling new play brings you to places you shouldn’t go (but want to) while asking one question…how well do you really know yourself? Inspired by the world of Edgar Allan Poe, ‘The Fetch Wilson’ is an exciting collaboration between The Corps Ensemble and award-winning writer Stewart Roche (Wringer, Revenant, The Snake Eaters, Tracer).
– I mean, it beats, it gives life, it’s…yeah, it’s beautiful. I think.
– Sure. Yeah, I guess so.
A ten minute play directed by Eoin O’Sullivan as part of Dublin’s inaugural Short + Sweet Festival.
Featuring Emer Casey & Michael Heavey.
Wildcard Series – October 22 & 23
Dublin based. Tennessee raised.
B.A. French Studies – Sewanee, The University of the South
M.A. Drama & Performance Studies – University College Dublin
M.F.A. Playwriting – The Lir, Trinity College Dublin
Creative Producer. Director. Playwright.
Sometimes I design graphics, too.