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Over There is an intense drama of synchronous disconnection, an allegory of competing ideologies set across the Berlin Wall. When the Series: Modern Plays.
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This can be done in a black box performance, if done right.

The supermarket crap just symbolizes the destruction of the Berlin Wall, and the father socialist I just have to debunk this T-Rex of a play. The supermarket crap just symbolizes the destruction of the Berlin Wall, and the father socialist keeping one brother and the mom keeping the other; well, we see this bond that you think can't be broken but it is because YES freedom was one but it doesn't mean that the socialist party had No influence on Karl. The sponge being the child is good cause it shows how young minds suck up any Information like sponges.

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Anyway I'm rambling, you really need to know your history about our relationship with Germany to get this play. We devoured them in a way, and that's what this play is saying. We are the same, cause we are people, but they are different shades. One is black and white while the other likes to say opposites as the term. Aug 17, Christopher rated it really liked it.

Over There by Mark Ravenhill

Very interesting play about many things, including identity, love, modern Germany, and how divisions affect trust. It is quite a brief play, and it is pretty amazing how much is fit in here and how well it is done. It remains though a play I would have to see performed to fully grasp the depth of its emotions. One note: the characters are twins. In it's first production, the two actors were actually brothers and much is made about their identical appearance.

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My question is an open one: what if the Very interesting play about many things, including identity, love, modern Germany, and how divisions affect trust. My question is an open one: what if the play was done with two actors who didn't look like twins, would this deepen the play or ruin it?

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The film adaptation has proved an enormous success, but Emmet Kirwan's play is equally in fact, arguably moreso affecting. It documented the fractious relationship between Kirwan's Jason and his addict brother Daniel, set against the backdrop of a hedonistic weekend in the capital.

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A play that was heartwarming and hilarious in equal measure, Elaine Murphy's tale of three generations of women from the same Dublin family has proven a hit since it was first performed at Dublin Fringe in Amidst the comedy, there is tragedy and ultimately hope in the form of the titular Little Gem as the women share their stories.

Adapted from a variety of sources — including Seneca and Sophocles' 'Oedipus' plays, and the work of Sigmund Freud — Gavin Quinn and Simon Doyle brought something quite unique to the stage in With black humour and a punk soundtrack set in suburban Dublin, it certainly made a lasting impression, and featured a memorable turn from future Oscar nominee Ruth Negga.


Owen McCafferty's play proved quietly devastating as the story of two Belfast men and their interminably entwined pasts unfold as they meet in a local pub to discuss something that happened there when they were teenagers. It was praised for capturing the desolating effect of the Troubles in a way that few other productions have over the years.

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Playwright Marina Carr has enjoyed massive success with various seminal works over the years, but On Raftery's Hill was celebrated for weaving the mundane — a story set in a country kitchen in midlands farming community — with themes that resonate strongly with Irish audiences: family, land, obligations.

It remains as potent as ever, and an acclaimed Abbey revival last confirmed its modern classic status. Written and performed by the incomparable Pat Kinevane, this unique blend of Irish storytelling interwoven with Kabuki dance has been entrancing audiences since Telling the stories of four elderly people in Irish retirement homes, its use of language and movement is spellbinding.

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Once seen, never forgotten. First staged at the Dublin Theatre Festival in — and at a former Magdalene Laundry in Dublin, no less — Louise Lowe's immersive theatre experience offered a harrowing yet powerful glimpse into the lives of the women confined to the workhouse, telling their stories via actors, audio and visual installations.

It's been staged in cities around the world and has wowed pretty much all of them; even the New York Times commended Fishamble's production of Swing for its heart-on-sleeve emotion. Grace Dyas's often shocking, often challenging but always engaging play about the drug that has scourged Ireland over the last few decades proved a seriously powerful addition to the Irish theatre world upon its debut in It's a show that continues to evolve.