BrokenCrow Theatre Company http://brokencrow.ie Tue, 21 Nov 2017 09:20:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Levin & Levin Review by Emer O’Kelly @ Sunday Independent http://brokencrow.ie/levin-levin-review-by-lucy-mccormick-sunday-independent/ http://brokencrow.ie/levin-levin-review-by-lucy-mccormick-sunday-independent/#respond Mon, 25 Sep 2017 19:56:37 +0000 http://brokencrow.ie/?p=765 Levin and Levin Levin and Levin are women. They’re not even related. Except in their youth they passed for boys, and not just as boys, but as brothers. It’s a premise tragically familiar to the millions of displaced, frightened children who crossed from country to country in the 20th century, sometimes as a result of […]

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Levin and Levin

Levin and Levin are women. They’re not even related. Except in their youth they passed for boys, and not just as boys, but as brothers. It’s a premise tragically familiar to the millions of displaced, frightened children who crossed from country to country in the 20th century, sometimes as a result of war; at other times merely escaping from unreasoning and vicious hatred and persecution.

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Broken Crow's toast of the pre-war scene. A NEW PLAY BY AIDEEN WYLDE, STARRING AIDEEN WYLDE & GEORGE HANOVER CO-DIRECTED BY VERONICA COBURN & BRYAN BURROUGHS, MUSICAL DIRECTION BY JOHN O’BRIEN | LYRICS BY GER FITZGIBBON. phot. Marcin Lewandowski / soundofphotography.com ©

Broken Crow’s toast of the pre-war scene. A NEW PLAY BY AIDEEN WYLDE, STARRING AIDEEN WYLDE & GEORGE HANOVER CO-DIRECTED BY VERONICA COBURN & BRYAN BURROUGHS, MUSICAL DIRECTION BY JOHN O’BRIEN | LYRICS BY GER FITZGIBBON.
phot. Marcin Lewandowski / soundofphotography.com ©

bases its show on this premise, and make from it a rather touching tribute to the dispossessed of all nations.

As two orphaned little Jewish girls in Russia in the early 20th century, their characters, Ida and Bubbie, disguise themselves as boys for safety, and even learn to pee standing up for fear of being spied upon. Scratching for survival as they trek across Europe, they begin to perform, and their male impersonator act is born.

As a smoky basement-type cabaret act, the two women are entirely convincing: their voices have the gutsy gravel in the base notes, their choreography is slick and elegant, and there is an obvious empathy that carries the characterization through. And if the rise of Levin and Levin to become the toast of Europe seems somewhat effortless, that can be forgiven, as can the twist which supposedly destroys their act as they are about to take Broadway by storm. (Think the film Victor/Victoria, although this act has more raw credibility than Julie Andrews could aspire to).

It’s this twist that deposits them back in Berlin… where else, in the 1930s?… and the audience is given a wind-down that points a moral and a warning: merely making fun of Nazis in the 1930s didn’t stop the rise of Hitler.

This is an accomplished piece of serious theatre cabaret.

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Prospect House reading @ Imagine Arts Festival Waterford http://brokencrow.ie/prospect-house-reading-imagine-arts-festival-waterford/ http://brokencrow.ie/prospect-house-reading-imagine-arts-festival-waterford/#respond Sun, 23 Oct 2016 21:42:50 +0000 http://brokencrow.ie/?p=671   We set up camp in Waterford this week to help develop Prospect House with Tramore based playwright Ronan FitzGibbon. Our own George Hanover and Eadaoin O’Donoghue were joined by old friends and new in the form of Paula McGlinchey and Joe Meagher for an intensive week of work on this emotional and challenging script. An […]

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We set up camp in Waterford this week to help develop Prospect House with Tramore based playwright Ronan FitzGibbon. Our own George Hanover and Eadaoin O’Donoghue were joined by old friends and new in the form of Paula McGlinchey and Joe Meagher for an intensive week of work on this emotional and challenging script.

An enjoyable week in A Little Room (theatre development centre) was topped off with a reading as part of the Imagine Arts Festival. Which, in turn, was topped off with some beers and brass bands around the corner in Downes.

Sure you’d have to!

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More photos of our recent production of Dark Kingdom in the Cork Midsummer Festival 2016 @ The Granary. This time, the lovely Izabela Szczutkowska is behind the camera.

 

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Dark Kingdom review http://brokencrow.ie/dark-kingdom-review/ http://brokencrow.ie/dark-kingdom-review/#respond Thu, 14 Jul 2016 20:05:06 +0000 http://brokencrow.ie/?p=598 Review: Dark Kingdom at Cork Midsummer Festival GRANARY THEATRE ⋄ 17TH – 26TH JUNE 2016 “A savage vision of Ireland”: Chris McCormack reviews BrokenCrow’s performance of two short stories by Kevin Barry. CHRIS MCCORMACK Dark Kingdom at Cork Midsummer Festival. Suppose something is the case before the fact. For example, when lights rise on BrokenCrow […]

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Review: Dark Kingdom at Cork Midsummer Festival

GRANARY THEATRE ⋄ 17TH – 26TH JUNE 2016

“A savage vision of Ireland”: Chris McCormack reviews BrokenCrow’s performance of two short stories by Kevin Barry.

CHRIS MCCORMACK

Dark Kingdom at Cork Midsummer Festival.

Suppose something is the case before the fact. For example, when lights rise on BrokenCrow Theatre’s new production and reveal half the cast dressed as old women in grey wigs, colourful shawls and coats. Having actors play way beyond their years is rarely satisfying, and questionable if they’re playing for laughs.

But presumption is the name of the game in this spry adaptation of two short stories by Kevin Barry, a novelist drawing a savage vision of Ireland. Ernestine and Kit presents two women in their seventies driving through County Sligo imagining the immoral lives of the locals, while in The Wintersongs a chattering woman delivers an unsettling revelation to a shy girl sitting across from her.

The adaptation by Rosie O Regan has cleverly realised the potential of putting these stories side-by-side rather than in succession. Fluidly staged by director Eadaoin O’Donoghue in the traverse, both narratives switch back and forth, as if each holds a key to the other.On first appearance, O Regan and Aideen Wylde’s Ernestine and Kit could be mistaken as leads from a buddy comedy, going on a driving adventure to escape the humdrum of their sheltered existence (a perpetual weather forecast is broadcasted through Chris Schmit-Martin’s scrupulous sound design). But in the Kafkaesque landscape designed by Deirdre Dwyer – a space between a home, a snooker hall, and a tyre yard – under surveillance by a band of lawless figures wearing crow masks (the deft team of Damien Punch, Noelle Regan and Karen Kelleher), darker forces seem at work. Before long, our two misfits, shockingly, make the stage an open floor for spouting vulgar judgements on people’s social and ethnic backgrounds, while daring to commit an unimaginable crime.

A bigot tolerating no one’s views but their own might be better served by talking to a wall. Or a mannequin, as the case is in The Wintersongs. The inspired casting of a dummy in the role of the quiet girl accentuates the one-way conversation led by the sermonizing Old Lady, who, in George Hanover’s excellent control, crudely recounts grim stories such as a man’s disfiguration to qualify for the army, and a gambling addict’s run-in with her debt collectors. In the intensity of designer Rob Moloney’s spotlight, she leans in to share wisdom as if a terrifying secret: “What if I told you I know how it all plays out?”.

That reveals the complexity of a sly and surreal production in which BrokenCrow, a wickedly good company, take on bigotry and presumptions about the elderly as a conservative generation. In the stirring final moments, we’re reminded of our own susceptibility to change, to shift and warp at every turn in this brutal existence.

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The Ensemble http://brokencrow.ie/the-ensemble/ http://brokencrow.ie/the-ensemble/#respond Sat, 14 May 2016 11:13:16 +0000 http://brokencrow.ie/?p=398 BrokenCrow is a creative think-tank and production company, founded in 2011 by Ronan FitzGibbon. It is a company powered by an ensemble of skilled practitioners. We collaborate to create work that challenges, engages and entertains audiences. As an ensemble we assist and support one another in the realisation of theatrical projects, so that at any […]

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BrokenCrow is a creative think-tank and production company, founded in 2011 by Ronan FitzGibbon. It is a company powered by an ensemble of skilled practitioners. We collaborate to create work that challenges, engages and entertains audiences. As an ensemble we assist and support one another in the realisation of theatrical projects, so that at any given time we can have between two and four projects in various phases of development. Creative collaboration is at the core of our process. We believe it is enriching to engage with different artistic perspectives and regularly assist artists and projects from outside the group.
Our seven members span three cities, Cork, Waterford and Dublin. We enjoy regular contact via online discussions and meet in the different cities throughout the year to develop ideas, plan projects, and create. Several venues have been very generous in accommodating our practice sessions. BrokenCrow are very grateful to The Theatre Development Centre, Garter Lane, A Little Room, FringeLab, Graffiti Theatre and the Everyman for their continued support.
Our first production, Mantle, enjoyed a sell out run in the Granary Theatre in April 2011. Our second production, Madame Chavelle, was staged in October 2012 in Ballyvolane House, Co. Cork. In 2013 we staged Hang Up in Cork’s first Home Festival. This is an original work written by a Cork poet (Adam Wyeth) and developed with the aid of BrokenCrow. We also staged the Irish Premiere of Bug by Tracey Letts in the Half Moon Theatre, followed by Adam Wyeth’s Lifedeath at the SHOW Festival @ TDC. In 2014 we staged Enter Juliet in the Everyman (with the help of the Arts Council) and Prospect House at SHOW. In 2015 we enjoyed a very successful run of The Secret Garden at the Everyman Theatre. We are currently developing several other scripts with writers from both inside and outside of the Ensemble. This includes a stage adaptation of short stories by Kevin Barry: Dark Kingdom for the 2016 Cork MidSummer Festival.
We are ambitious, hard working, open to experimentation and game for a laugh. We believe that our body of work reflects our great love for the craft and art of theatre.

Enter Juliet by Ronan FitzGibbon. 2014 Featuring Tadhg Hickey, Eadaoin O'Donoghue, Nicholas Kavanagh, Ciaran Bermingham, Dominic Moore, Dominic MacHale and Mark D'Aughton. Photo by Enrique Carnicero

The BrokenCrow Ensemble are:

Deirdre Dwyer

Deirdre is a set and costume designer, and director. She is a graduate of UCC (Drama and Theatre Studies), and has a post graduate diploma in Theatre Design from The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and is currently completing her masters. She participated as the designer in Rough Magic Seeds3. She has been a member of the BrokenCrow ensemble since 2012 and has designed costume for BrokenCrow’s production of Mantle, Bug (set and costume) and Enter Juliet. In 2015, she directed and designed The Secret Garden at The Everyman Palace Theatre. Currently, she is working on Dark Kingdom, an adaptation of the short stories of Kevin Barry for Cork Midsummer festival 2016.
Previous work includes designs for:
Friars Walk, Intersections, Gile na Gealai-Melody of the Moon, Graffiti Theatre Company, Lally the Scut, Tinderbox Theatre Belfast. Lovers, Everyman Palace Theatre, Between Trees and Water, Painted Bird Productions, Jezebel, Rough Magic. Flat Pack, Ulysess Opera Theatre Company. The Scarlet Letter, Conflicted Theatre Company, Witches, Ruairi O Donovan Dance, Bug, Mantle, Enter Juliet BrokenCrow, Love All, Cheery Wilde Productions Clonmel Junction Festival and National Tour, Berlin Love Tour, Playgroup, Dublin, Birmingham and Cork, Melmoth the Wanderer, Big Telly, Portstewart and National Tour, Dancing at Lughnasa, Dealers Choice, LAMDA, London, West Side Story, Honk, Cork Opera House, August Osage County, Bute Theatre, Cardiff.
She has also designed for Waterford Spraoi, Clinic Media, Moocow Productions, Making Strange, Half/Angel and Little Red Kettle.

Ronan FitzGibbon

Ronan is a stage designer and writer, based in Waterford. Ronan originally trained as a sculptor before moving in to set design. He founded BrokenCrow Theatre Company in 2011. His second play, Mantle was the company’s first full production and sold out its April 2012 run in the Granary Theatre. His third and fourth scripts, Enter Juliet and Prospect House were performed in the Everyman and Theatre Development Centre respectively in 2014. His first script, Madame Chavelle was produced by Theatre Makers in 2010. Ronan is currently working on two scripts.

Over the last fifteen years he has worked with companies such as Corcacorca, Graffiti, Ex Machine, Asylum, Bowler Hat, Spraoi, MCD, Hammergrin and for numerous festivals. In that time he developed skills as a Set Designer, Set Constructor, Puppeteer, Tour Manager, Production Manager, Stage Manager (occasional actor!) and Director.

He recently started A Little Room (Theatre Development Centre) in Waterford with Nicholas Kavanagh.
Ronan’s theatre making is all about creating a shared vision and the joy of collaboration.

George Hanover

George is a Dublin based actor and theatre maker. She has been a member of BrokenCrow since the beginning in 2011. George has starred in a number of BrokenCrow productions, most recently as Agnetha in Prospect House, written by Ronan Fitzgibbon and directed by Eadaoin O’Donoghue. Other BrokenCrow credits include Bug by Tracy Letts, directed by Frank Prenderghast, Mantle, by Ronan FitzGibbon, directed by Julie Kelleher and Madame Chevalle, written and directed by Ronan Fitzgibbon.

George has worked on many productions with numerous theatre companies, including Painted Bird Productions, Corcadorca, Conflicted Theatre, The Everyman, Cork Opera House and more. George’s agent is Tom O’Sullivan, the actors agent. Her work on film has won her an award for best actress at The Underground Film Fest 2010 . George has experience working for both television and radio and recently was cast in the lead role of Gerard Stembridge’s latest feature length film, The Randomer.

Over the course of three years George worked with Graffiti Theatre on Beag, an early years integrated arts project and was appointed Lead Artist for the final year. She set up Project Cloud: with Fiona Kelleher and Inge Van Doorslaer creating Cloud an interactive early years arts experience as part of the Midsummer Festival 2014. George is currently project consultant and manager for Think Visual

Gavin McEntee

Gavin McEntee is a director and theatre maker, based in Dublin. He holds a B.A in Drama and Theatre studies from UCC. He is Co-artistic Director and founding member of Conflicted Theatre and has been a member of BrokenCrow Theatre Company since 2013.

Gavin has directed a number of BrokenCrow productions, including Enter Juliet, by Ronan Fitzgibbon for the Everyman Theatre Cork in 2014 , Hang Up, by Adam Wyeth for HOME Fest and Galway theatre Festival in 2013 .

His directing credits for Conflicted Theatre include Come dine with Charles Mee, for Cork Midsummer Festival 2015, The Scarlet Letter for Cork Midsummer Festival 2013 and 18-35. At present, Gavin is writing his first play, The Old Fruit Market and collaborating with Corcadorca in that process. He is also developing Neon Western with Conflicted Theatre and learning how to be a lighting technician.

 Eadaoin O’Donoghue

Eadaoin is an actor and director. She trained at Jacques Le Coq International Theatre school, Paris and has been a member of BrokenCrow since 2012. She has performed in Brokencrow productions of Mantle, BUG, and Enter Juliet. As part of SHOW festival at The Triskel Arts Centre, she directed Lifedeath and Prospect House. She is currently working on “Dark Kingdom”, an adaptation of Kevin Barry short stories for Cork Midsummer 2016.
Other performing credits include:
Losing Steam, Woyzeck, A Winters Tale with Corcadorca Theatre, Dradin in love, Tribe Theatre, Cleansed, Granary Theatre, The Scarlet Letter, Conflicted Theatre, Rhinocerous, Blue Raincoat Theatre.
Assistant directing credits include: The Strange Undoing of Prudentia Hart, Everyman Palace, Faust Everyman Palace, Desolate Heaven, Everyman Palace.
Rosie O’Regan

Rosie is a Cork based actor with a background in dance and art. She joined BrokenCrow Theatre Company in 2014 and is currently lead artist on their production Dark Kingdom, an adaptation of Kevin Barry stories for Cork Midsummer Festival 2016.

Rosie’s agent is Halina Froudist of Actors and Movers. Her work in film won her a best actress award at the L.I.T film festival 2012 and her theatre credits include work produced by Corcadorca, Conflicted Theatre, The Everyman, Meridian, Cyclone Repetoire and more. She was a founding member of oikos, a performance group that created performances influenced by Butoh and Body/Weather practices, for Home festival in 2013 and The Winter Warmer festival in 2014. Rosie is also a member of Snatch Comedy Improv, with whom she performs regularly.

In 2014 she worked for Graffiti as an early years artist on their Beag project . Her experience on radio includes two plays for RTE Junior. Rosie was on the board of TDC from it’s beginning to April of 2014, and is on the board of OBhéal (Corks weekly poetry event) since 2009 . She has an artist studio in the old FAS building, where she is currently working on a body of images through the medium of petal and leaf collage. She created the cover image for Virtual Tides, Paul Casey’s second poetry collection.

Aideen Wlyde

Aideen is an actor and writer, who has just embarked on a practice-research PhD at the University of Limerick, looking at representations of Irish-Judaism and Inter-culturalism in contemporary Irish theatre. She trained at the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, and holds a MA in Drama and Theatre Studies from UCC.
Aideen is also a member of the BrokenCrow ensemble since 2015. Her play Levin & Levin was developed as part of the Fishamble New Play Clinic in 2014, and she recently completed a course in Holocaust Education at TCD. She was awarded the Artists Development Bursary by Tipperary County Council in 2012, and an Arts Council Travel & Training Award in 2010.
Theatre includes: “The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart” and “Matched” for Everyman; ”Come Dine with Charles Mee” for Conflicted; “LifeDeath” for BrokenCrow; “Where in the World Is Frank Sparrow?” for Graffiti; “Love All” for Cheerywild; “Big Sister, Little Brother” for Barnstorm; “Lifeboat” and “Othello” for Cork Opera House. Film and TV and radio includes: Red Rock (2016); Penny Dreadful (Season 2); Davin (Graham Jones); Nietzsche No.5 (short); Book on One (RTE Radio One).

 

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Enter Juliet http://brokencrow.ie/enter-juliet/ http://brokencrow.ie/enter-juliet/#respond Wed, 21 May 2014 14:27:54 +0000 http://brokencrow.ie/?p=333 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 […]

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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

Featuring:
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

Tickets


€18 | Concession €15

Seating will be on stage and unreserved, please advise at time of booking if wheelchair access is needed.

 

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More about the Workshop offered in our Fundit campaign http://brokencrow.ie/meisner-workshop-fundit/ http://brokencrow.ie/meisner-workshop-fundit/#respond Wed, 06 Mar 2013 12:27:43 +0000 http://brokencrow.ie/?p=217 As part of my approach to directing Bug we have, as a team, been exploring the Meisner technique and looking at how we can incorporate his approach into our rehearsal process. Some of our Fundit rewards include a 2 hour workshop on the techniques we explore for rehearsal, and this workshop will focus primarily on […]

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As part of my approach to directing Bug we have, as a team, been exploring the Meisner technique and looking at how we can incorporate his approach into our rehearsal process.

Some of our Fundit rewards include a 2 hour workshop on the techniques we explore for rehearsal, and this workshop will focus primarily on on Meisner’s teachings and the value we are getting from them.

The workshop will be suitable for those with acting experience and without – all welcome!

When I first read about Sanford Meisner’s repetition exercises I was extremely sceptical, the book I was reading at the time wasn’t particularly good, and on paper (and ill explained) it was impossible to understand the value to an actor of standing in a room repeating what someone is saying to you.

However the author of the book I was reading was so enthused about them that I brought them into a practise session I was doing at the time with Eoin from Clinic Media.

When we tried the simple exercise it’s value did indeed become apparent almost immediately and it encouraged me to seek out more info on Meisner. There are many approaches to acting, and many techniques to help you improve as an actor, but the Meisner technique is the one that has resonated with me most; this was what I had been searching for as an actor, and as a director it is proving just as invaluable.

Meisner felt that actors had two main problems – they didn’t listen and were too self conscious. His technique builds on simple exercises to combat these two issues, and helps actors develop a truthful and responsive way of performing.

The more we explore Meisner, the more apparent his genius becomes. His devotion to simplicity is inspiring and frees the actor to focus on the vital elements of performance. Other techniques I explored sounded good on paper, but in practise they often resulted in overthinking in performance – Meisner had a plaque in his studio of a quote from Joseph Conrad:

Thinking is the great enemy of perfection

If you have heard the advice ‘get out of your head’ but been unsure how to achieve it, Meisner is the man for you.

I will leave the rest of my worshipping of Meisner for the workshop, but I will leave you with two more quotes – the first is his definition of acting:

Acting is living truthfully under imaginary circumstances

And the second quote:

Acting is easy, it just takes years to learn.

If you would like to learn more about this technique and the impact it can have on a production, please consider funding our project:

Read More About Our Fundit campaign »

See below for a documentary on Meisner in 7 parts on YouTube:

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