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Student Handbook 2017

STUDENT HANDBOOK 2017

CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

RESONATE - Final Year Performances in Firkin Crane

Poster from FYP

Thurs 1st March to Sat 3rd March at 8pm in the Firkin Crane. 
Ticket Prices: €10 full, €8
Tickets available at the box office, www.firkincrane.ie or on 021 - 4507487
Online and phone bookings subject to per ticket fee, €1 Firkin Crane restoration levy included in ticket price

Three 30 minute pieces of theatre presented by Final Year Students from the Department of Theatre, UCC.

The Gardens by Broken Brooms Theatre Company

Humans have a tendency to forget about connection; we have become so self-absorbed with our own problems, our own lives; we fail to see each other, and ourselves, for what we really are.
We are creating this piece to reflect on ourselves as humans. Why we work a certain way, why we treat each other the way we do, what we can do to better ourselves as people, as a society, as individuals.


Come to me by Aquarium

Undine is the girl from the sea, Bertie is trying to figure who to be. The world becomes land and the world becomes sea. Both blurring the lines between reality and fantasy....


Are You Sure? by Threaded Theatre Productions

Are You Sure? is a four-woman ensemble piece of theatre. It is adapted from The Paradise of Children by Nathaniel Hawthorne, which tells the story of Pandora's Box. The piece explores the decisions that modern women in Ireland have to make, the resulting consequences, and the hope that is discovered through them.
Contains mature themes

 

More info at https://www.facebook.com/events/116919379073678/ 

Tickets at www.firkincrane.ie

 

 

New Beginnings: Engaging With the Profession

Class Photo Engaging with the profession

The second semester of the academic year 2017/18 marked the start of the new Engaging With The Profession module coordinated by Dr. Marie Kelly. This module will prepare students for entering the profession as theatre artists, giving an overview of venues and production managements as well as the procedures and practices involved in bringing a production concept to life. Students will develop a production concept and prepare a pitch for presentation to theatre professionals of a notional theatre production. Students will meet and present pitches to producers Jen Coppinger (Producer, Abbey Theare), Eibhlin Gleeson (CEO, Cork Opera House), Julie Kelleher and Naomi Daly (Artistic Director and Producer, Everyman Theatre Cork). They will also meet with Holly Carey-O’Shea (Theatre Producer/Agent/Casting Director), Jean Brennan (Cork City Arts Officer), Jane Daly (Director of the Irish Theatre Institute), Olwen Dawe (policy analyst and collaborator onGender Counts and Toolkit), and Rebecca Daly (Film Director https://iffr.com/en/blog/rebecca-daly-on-mammal).

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

DRAMAT PRODUCTIONS

My Mother Said I Never Should

My Mother Said I Never Should is directed by UCC Drama and Theatre Studies student Dee Finn. The cast also includes DTS students Megan Wilmot, Mary Condon O'Connor, Issey Fenton, and Lauren Cashell. Crew includes Megan O'Connor, Rosa Mäkelä, Johnny Lindgren, and Sarah Clerkin.

 This production, opening in the Granary theatre, runs from Wednesday the 8th of November until Saturday the 11th of November.

 

 

Dramat poster

 

 

The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour is Dramat's second mainstage production this season,directed by DTS student Aideen Fox. The  cast also features students Johnny Lindgren, Niamh Santry, Georgia Swan, Leah Costigan, Niamh Birkett, Sarah Lynch, Molly Maguire, Ava Power, and David Goode from the UCC Drama department. The crew includes Elizabeth McHugh, Mary Condon O'Connor, Stefan Healy, Tommy O'Connor, and Michelle Crowley.

This play opens on the 15th of November and runs until the 18th of November. 

Dramat poster

 

Sí is an original piece written and directed by Arann Blake and will run in the Granary theatre from the 22nd to the 25th of November.

DTS students Rosa Mäkelä and Stefan Healy are featured amoung the cast and the crew includes Dee Fahey, David O'Brien, Niamh Birkett, Kim Molloy, Reece Hawtrey, Lea Marie Neum, and Maurice Sheehan.

Dramat poster

 The Charity Panto

This year's Dramat panto is 'Jack and the Feen's Talk' written and directed by DTS alumnus Alice Moloney. This take on the classic tale of Jack and the Beanstalk will run in the Granary theatre from November 29th to December 2nd. Current DTS student Rí Fox is the assisant director of this production, along with students and alumni David Goode, Róisin McCollam, Michaela Gleeson, Issey Fenton, Nicole Butler, Tommy O'Connor, Reece Hawtry, Sorcha Dolan,and Peggy Gilbert, featured amoung the cast. All proceeds will be donated directly to the selected Student's Union Raise and Give charities. 

Further information about these productions is available on the UCC Dramat Facebook page or by contacting committee@uccdramat.com

For ticket enquiries, please visit www.granary.ie.

 

Alumni of Drama and Theatre Studies

Who Will Carry the Word?

Blacklight productions presents the Irish premiere of Who Will Carry the Word?, written by Charlotte Delbo, at The Complex, Dublin from November 27th to December 2nd. This play follows the stories of a group of French woman, who participated in the Resistance, as they recount their experiences of their time at Auschwitz. DTS alumnus, Dervla Brown, who graduated from UCC in 2016, is included in the cast.

 

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