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Published on Dec 24, 2016
Danse, Morob by Laurent Gaudé, translated by Olwen Fouére
From the team that brought you: Sodome, my love by Laurent Gaudé (2010) riverrun, the voice of the river in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake, adapted by Olwen Fouéré (2013) Lessness by Samuel Beckett (2015)
Project Arts Centre, 39, East Essex Street, Dublin, Ireland
A woman searches for the remains of her father, an ex-political prisoner, whose body has been stolen from its grave. Led by a pack of dogs, she follows their trail and uncovers the truth about his disappearance. Written as theatrical magic realism, Danse, Morob raises key questions around the legacy and cost of radical revolutionary action.
Performed by Olwen Fouéré, Judith Roddy and Mani Obeya Co-Directed by Olwen Fouéré and Emma Martin Produced by Jen Coppinger AV Design by José Miguel Jimenez and Luca Truffarelli Costume Design by Molly O’Cathain Lighting Design by Sinéad Wallace Sound Design by Denis Clohessy Assistant Sound Design by Sinéad Diskin