AFTER Liv O'Donoghue
Presented by Mermaid Arts Centre and Draíocht
Ireland / Norway
What will the end of the world look like? Feel like? This is a rough cut...
One of the hits of the 2018 Dublin Fringe Festival, AFTER dives head first into the unknown, attempting to access what we might experience when it's all over.↓ Read more
Thu 09 May
Fri 10 May
From the show
Extraordinarily impressive… Raw, visceral, and cuts through like a razor blade
The Arts Review
Dark but shot with humour.
The Irish Times
Stylish and well-composed chaos
The Reviews Hub
This is it. It’s over. Humanity and the world as we know it are ending.
We live with a sense of impending doom, forewarned that the state of the climate and the environment hang in the balance. But what will the end of the world look like? Feel like?
One of the hits of the 2018 Dublin Fringe Festival, AFTER dives head first into this unknown, attempting to access what we might experience when it's all over.
Using film, physicality and performance, AFTER is a rough cut; an investigation into the very human fear of endings. We see the stages of breakdown, the fallout, all that has passed.
The performers on stage echo, challenge and respond to their on-screen meltdowns, relaying an experience that is dark, but shot with humour.
- Created by Liv O’Donoghue (in collaboration with the cast)
- Performers Kip Johnson, Clara Simpson, José Miguel Jiménez, Liv O’Donoghue
- Filmmaker José Miguel Jiménez
- Sound Designer Kevin Gleeson
- Set Designer Eugenia Genunchi
- Lighting Designer Sarah Jane Shiels
- Production Manager Anthony Hanley
- Production Associate Gary Maguire
- Producers Michelle Cahill, Kate Ferris
AFTER is funded by The Arts Council of Ireland, and supported by Dublin City Council, Dance Ireland, Dansearena Nord (Norway), D.ID Dance Identity (Austria), FRINGE LAB and Dublin Dance Festival, in association with Project Arts Centre.
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