Dose – A Rehearsed Reading
As part of Culture Night 2021 Eva’s Echo presents a rehearsed reading of Dose, featuring actors from three countries performing together through the wonders of digital theatre. Join us at 7.30pm on September 17th from the comfort of your own home.
Following its inclusion in IDGTF’s anthology Play’s Inside and a short digital performance on Dublin Pride’s Pride Player playwright Rena Bryson began developing her short play Dose into a full-length script. The new dramedy explores toxic family dynamics, mental health issues, and struggles unique to Queer relationships.
The rehearsed reading of Act 1 gives audiences early access to the work in progress and the opportunity to give their own feedback or ask the cast or playwright questions at a Q and A following the performance.
This project is supported by Galway City Council.
It’s True I Love You All So Much
It’s True I Love You All So Much by Jenni Nikinmaa is a new and innovative piece of interactive digital theatre. The audience watching is in front of their screens, disconnected from each other and disconnected from the performance, performer, and the stage, which are the same thing, the screen. The audience is part of the process, the part that is watching how self-harm and madness perform themselves.
The show explores family dynamics, self harm, mental health and love through text that is both blunt and poetic in its delivery. The performance runs in real-time but we encourage you to take a break if the topic overwhelms you at any time. The performance runs from September 30th – October 2nd.
A visual delight Jungle Door invites its audience to indulge in the joyous, disheartening and hopeful moments over a year shared by Michelle and Louise. Their problematic relationship as friendly ex-lovers is challenged by marriage, jealousy and the housing crisis. Smiling through the Botox, Michelle plans her perfect day unaware her bridesmaid is hiding a dark and dangerous secret.
The upcoming production of Jungle Door has been postponed due to Covid19. We will update this website as well as our social media pages as soon as we can with new dates.
We’ve all done it, eavesdropping. You’re in a café, the couple at the next table, what is their relationship? First date? Related? Colleagues?
This play allows the audience a sneak peek into the lives of others while they sip their latte. It is a slice of life in contemporary Ireland exploring many modern issues. We are such complicated beings, two regular individuals having a coffee may not be what they seem.
The upcoming production of Latte has been postponed due to Covid19. We will update this website as well as our social media pages as soon as we can with new dates.