Check out what’s on at dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum, South Dublin below with current Government guidelines.
Funded by Creative Ireland, this series of sessions will delve into well-known plays. Each session will look at one particular play. We will journey through the many ways one play can be produced while exploring the playwright, the characters, the structure and the story in detail.
The sessions will be conducted using video, readings and chat. The play texts will be provided for you. Plays chosen will often be those currently being performed at dlr Mill and beyond and complimentary theatre trips will be offered in this case.
Andrea Scott, theatre maker, director and lecturer in the UCD School of English and Drama will guide you through each play in a lively and fun environment.
Funded by Creative Ireland and DLR Mill Theatre and hosted at DLR Mill Theatre Venue, delivered by Andrea Scott
6 workshops, each held every Wednesday from 2pm-3.30pm, first workshop on 20th October and each Wednesday after for 6 weeks
Please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 296 9340 limited places
- in person sessions require masks for now
- All mitigation steps will be taken
– sessions can easily work online if required
Andrea is a theatre artist. Her company Floating World collaborates with professional and community artists exploring human stories through innovative theatricality with a particular interest in making the invisible ‘visible’ through image, the body and space. Andrea works consistently with The Elders, a community group of older people creating original theatre. We are Abbey Theatre community partners. Her current focus is to collaborate creatively with the natural world. She is trained in dance and acting, has an MA in Directing and trained in movement composition at SITI Company New York. Andrea is a lecturer in Physical Theatre, Beckett in Performance and director of a devised Performance Project each year at the UCD School of English and Drama