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Llanarth Group Residency with Theatre@UCC

19 Oct

Free public events as part of Llanarth Group Residency with new UCC MA in Theatre & Performative Practices in the Department of Theatre. 

Wednesday 7thOctober,Theatre Development Centre, Triskel Christchurch, 6 – 7.45 pm Perforum Research Series on Arts and Inclusivity, Kaite O’Reilly will give a talk entitled: ‘Alternative Dramaturgies informed by a D/deaf and Disability Perspective’ 

BOOK LAUNCH  OF KAITE O’REILLY’S NEW COLLECTION THE ‘d’ MONOLOGUES(Oberon Books) WILL FOLLOW HER PRESENTATION AS PART OF THIS EVENT

Thursday 8thNovember, 5 – 7pm, Lecture room Boole 5, UCC Phillip Zarrilli will give a Lecture from his new book –  (toward) a phenomenology of acting (to be published by Routledge Press)entitled: ‘Subjectivity, Self, Character and Figure in Performance’                                                         

Saturday 10thNovember, Civic Trust House, 50 Popes Quay Cork,7 – 9.30pm-21:30: Playreading:  As part of their Residency, the Llanarth Group will collaborate with GAITKRASH Theatre Company www.gaitkrash.comon a rehearsed reading of Kaite O’Reilly’s acclaimed play COSY

 

MA Theatre & Peformative Practices 2018 and The Llanarth Group Residency: 05 November-10 November 2018

A week-long intensive training with the Llanarth Group (Wales) brings internationally renowned director, actor trainer and Performance Studies scholar Phillip Zarrilli and award-winning playwright and dramaturg Kaite O’Reilly to UCC. Zarrilli will lead workshops in psychophysical process with MA and final year BA students of the Department of Theatre, and give a public lecture on his new book (toward) a phenomenology of acting. Kaite O’Reilly will lead playwriting workshops, readings and discussions on a variety of interculturaldramaturgies featured in Llanarth Group productions: Co-created/devised work (Told by the Wind, playing ‘the maids), Scripted work (the 9 fridas; Cosy, The Almond and theSeahorse) Non-western texts: noh dramas, the Water Station, Beckett’s later plays, Footfalls, as well as Act Without Words I.

 

For more on this story contact:

Dr. Bernadette Cronin

Department of Theatre

School of Music and Theatre

University College Cork

Tel.: +353 21 4904070

Email: b.cronin@ucc.ie

http://www.gaitkrash.com

http://research.ucc.ie/profiles/A027/bcronin

 

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