by Sarah Ruhl
1 March 2020
Important: The theatre doors will close strictly at 8.00!
Please be seated by 7.50.
(Please note: no food or drink will be allowed in the theatre during any performance, as this is a competition.)
Ms Ruhl's quirky contemporary mediation on a much-meditated-upun story has some of the subliminal potency of music, the head-scratching surprise of a modernist poem and the cockeyed allure of a surrealist painting. It's pretty funny, too.
"Rhapsodically beautiful. A weird and wonderful new play — an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." — The New York Times
Eurydice was the 2003 recipient of the Whiting Award for Drama.
A Nasty Interesting Man
Lord of the Underworld
Lighting and Sound — Technical
In 2017, Dalkey Players won the RTE All Ireland Finals with Sarah Ruhl's Dead Man's Cell Phone directed by Emma Jane Nulty.
In 2016 the Group were Runner Up in the RTE All Ireland finals with Polly Teale's adaptation of Jane Eyre, directed by Emma Jane Nulty.
Dalkey Players bring this production for the first time to Ireland and are delighted to be participating on the Circuit again for 2020.