It’s a matter of life or death.
Enter Juliet is a darkly comic tale of the abandoned mad. It is a riveting story of the starving and trapped, of power struggles, lunacy and the stories we tell ourselves to get through the day.
Trapped and long since forgotten, our group have fallen into a social order, an order that is challenged by one of their rank producing an ill-remembered, mongrel Shakespearean play. They perform and are rewarded with food from a hatch. So they perform again and again… and again… but the food doesn’t come. Still they cling to the hope that their patchwork play might save them but are so weak and addled that they can no longer even remember their real names.
Must the show really go on?
Contains some scenes of a disturbing nature. Strictly adults only.
Duration: 90 minutes approx. No intermission.
Presented by BrokenCrow
@ the Everyman Theatre
Written by Ronan FitzGibbon (with contributions from Ger FitzGibbon)
Directed by Gavin McEntee
Ciaran Birmingham, Mark D’Aughton, Tadhg Hickey, Nicholas Kavanagh, Dominic MacHale, Dominic Moore, Eadaoin O’Donoghue and Sonya O’Donoghue.
BrokenCrow Theatre Company is a creative think tank made up of an annually changing ensemble of multi-disciplinary artists. Previous productions include Hang Up, Lifedeath, Mantle and Bug. www.brokencrow.ie
Date & Time
Mon 30 Jun – Thu 3 Jul, 8.00pm
Fri 4 & Sat 5 Jul, 6.30pm & 9.00pm
€18 | Concession €15
Seating will be on stage and unreserved, please advise at time of booking if wheelchair access is needed.