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- Proper press launches since 2008
- Me, Myself, and I
- Histrionic Productions pressent
THE BEAR by Anton Chekhov
and other short scenes
31st August, 6pm, Abbot Close Nursing Home
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Histrionic Productions are a group of Limerick's aspiring young actors who
have come together to produce and perform plays and shows. Our ethos is to put young people to the fore of every aspect of production, since 2006.
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- Histrionics' Donations
- Profits from our debut production of Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" have been donated to the Crumlin's children's hospital.
Profits of our production of "Christmas Cheer" have been donated to Barnardos childrens charity
- Happiest When
- Performing, getting attention, being mentioned in the sunday times culture section, eating cucumber sandwiches, partying like it's 1999
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We'd love to see people with ideas, maybe a play that you'd love to see performed, or something you've written yourself or are planning to write. Maybe you want to get involved with Histrionic Productions as a cast or crew member but don't know how to get started. Well come along and at least you'll get some free food!
Come along if you're interested at all in writing, acting, performance, direction, production or behind-the-scenes, or just to meet up with other Histrionic people!
Location: Kilmurry Church Arts and Heritage Centre, behind the Hurler's Pub on the Dublin Road, near UL.
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Histrionic Productions presents
Songs for a New World
by Jason Robert Brown
23rd- 25th July 2009 - 8pm
Kilmurry Church – Arts and Heritage Centre, Castletroy
Tickets €15 and €10 concession
Booking: 085 762 3355
“It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.” So says composer Jason Robert Brown of the stunning musical song cycle Songs for a New World. When Brown first produced this groundbreaking work he had the whole theatre community talking about his unique blend of savvy showmanship and exciting contemporary sound. The audience meets a startling array of characters ranging from a young man who has determined to escape from poverty to a woman whose dream of marrying rich nabs her the man of her dreams and a soulless marriage. These are the stories and characters of today, the songs for a new world. Histrionic Productions is producing its first musical, Songs for a New World for 3 nights only from Thursday the 23rd July.
A spokesperson for the company has said “We are very excited about producing Songs for a New World this summer. It’s a show about new beginnings and making decisions. It’s about struggling and pulling through hard times. The music is a unique mixture of jazz, rock, Gospel beats and contemporary sounds. The songs are very beautiful and a joy to sing. This is a first for Limerick and a first for Histrionic Productions.”
Histrionic Productions was founded in 2006. Our ethos is to put young people and aspiring professionals to the fore of every aspect of production. We are dedicated to presenting the highest standard of theatre possible by presenting contemporary drama as well as older established classics. Previous productions include last year’s JUNK by Melvin Burgess, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. Tickets for Songs for a New World are now available. Reserve seats now to avoid disappointment. Booking line: 085 7623355.
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"Comic Potential" by Alan Ayckbourn
CORK ARTS CENTRE, CORK CITY November 2009
"Lovers; Winners" by Brian Friel
FRIAR'S GATE, KILLMALLOCK October 2009
ST MARY'S THEATRE, ROSSMORE, CO. CORK November 2009
ABBOT CLOSE NURSING HOME, LIMERICK August 2009
"Songs for a New World" by Jason Robert Brown
KILMURRY ARTS AND HERITAGE CENTRE July 2009
"Slightly Less Christmas Cheer" (Recession Edition)
BELLTABLE ARTS CENTRE December 2008
" Mulcair Mummers Christmas Concert - Carol Singing
KILMURRY ARTS AND HERITAGE CENTRE December 2008
"Junk" by Melvin Burgess
BELLTABLE ARTS CENTRE August 2008
''Macbeit' le William Shakespeare - An Irish language translation of 'Macbeth' as part of ' Féile Náisiúnta Drámaíochta 2008'.
BELLTABLE ARTS CENTRE May 2008
'Improvable Cause' - An improvised murder mystery play divised and directed by Sinéad O' Brien.
BELLTABLE ARTS CENTRE Janauary 2008
'Mulcair Mummers Christmas Concert' - Carol Singing
KILMURRY ARTS AND HERITAGE CENTRE December 2007
' A Midsummer Night's Dream' by William Shakespeare
KILMURRY ARTS AND HERITAGE CENTRE July 2007
' Christmas Cheer' - an evening of drama and comedy
KILMURRY ARTS AND HERITAGE CENTRE December 2006
' The Importance of Being Earnest' by Oscar Wilde
IMPACT THEATRE July 2006
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close What Kind Of Teen Are You?
- Christmas in Kilmurray- 23/12/07 (7)
- The Importance Of Being Earnest (33)
- Christmas Cheer (10)
- Midsummer Night's Dream (48)
- A Midsummer Night's Dream (48)
- My Album (17)
- Histrionics, the people who make the magic. (22)
- Histrionics birthday and after show party!! (35)
- First meeting (2)
- Improvable Cause (7)
- JUNK (9)
- OSCAR WILDE 2010 (1)
- Slightly Less Christmas Cheer (1)
- Songs for a New World (21)
- Traigéide Mhic Bheatha (1)