NEWS

09
SEP

ITI ASSOCIATED ARTISTS ENJOY A BUSY SEASON AT DUBLIN FRINGE AND DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVALS 2017

Irish Theatre Institute Six in the Attic (SITA) and SITA Alumni artists, and ELEVATOR producers are enjoying a particularly busy Dublin festival season this year with an unprecedented number of practitioners involved in productions across both festivals. 

ITI’s Six in the Attic provides theatre artists with space, time and practical resources coupled with the mentoring and advice services needed to explore, develop and make work. Through ongoing support and mentoring ITI offers these artists expert advice on a range of topics from networking and touring, funding schemes, financial management, artistic planning, and career development. On completing the SITA cycle artists are welcomed into the Alumni group, with access to ongoing mentoring and career supports, as well as project management expertise.

ELEVATOR, a new programme to support and mentor producers, was first introduced in 2017.  This partnership with the Town Hall Theatre Galway offers six producers based in Dublin and Galway the training to develop their expertise, skills, and networks at a crucial point in their careers.

 

DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL

Everything not Saved - MALAPROP

Devised by the company with Dylan Coburn Gray (SITA)

Project Arts Centre, 9th - 16th September 

 

Dummy | MORB

Written by Peter Dunne (SITA Alumni)

Abbey Theatre on the Peacock Stage, 9th - 16th September

 

End Of. | Sugar Coat Theatre Company

Directed Conor Hanratty (SITA Alumni)

The Gutter Bookshop, 16th - 24th September

 

Spliced | Chalk it Down Productions/Timmy Creed

Directed by Gina Moxley (SITA Alumni)

Handball Alley, St Michan’s Park, Green Street, 20th - 24th September

 

Polar Night | Nadine Flynn and Aaron Stapleton

Cast includes Noelle Brown (SITA Alumni) and Jack Walsh (PRIME)

The New Theatre, 14th - 23rd September

 

Not at Home | Emma Fraser & Grace Dyas

Produced by Joanna Crawley (ELEVATOR Producer)

NCAD Gallery, 14th - 17th September

 

Soldier Still | junk ensemble

Line produced by Michelle Cahill (ELEVATOR Producer)

Project Arts Centre, 8th - 14th September

 

DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL

this is a room… | Dublin Youth Theatre     

Written by Dylan Coburn Gray (SITA)

Project Arts Centre (Cube), 27th September - 1st October

 

Playboyz                                                             

Written and Directed by Martin Sharry (SITA)

Cast includes Pat McGrath (SITA) and Amy Conroy (SITA Alumni)

Produced by Michelle Cahill (ELEVATOR Producer)

The New Theatre, 27th September - 1st October

 

Tribes by Nina Raine

Directed by Oonagh Murphy (SITA)

The Gate Theatre, 28th September - 11th November

 

The Sin Eaters | ANU Productions

Directed by Louise Lowe (SITA Alumni)

Pigeon House Lab, Poolbeg, 27th September - 15th October

 

Hamnet | Dead Centre and Abbey Theatre

Produced by Rachel Murray (SITA Alumni)

Abbey Theatre on the Peacock Stage, 26th September - 7th October

 

Radio Rosario by Little John Nee

Produced by Neasa O’Callaghan (ELEVATOR Producer)

axis: Ballymun, 28th & 29th September

 

I’m Not Here | THEATREclub

Produced by Joanna Crawley (ELEVATOR Producer)

Project Arts Centre (Cube), 3rd - 7th October

 

Everything I Do (In Development showing)

Developed by Zoe Ni Riordain (SITA)

Project Arts Centre (Cube), 6th October

 

Company by Samuel Beckett (In Development Showing)

Company SJ/Sarah Jane Scaife (SITA Alumni)

Project Arts Centre, 6th October

 

I AM TONIE WALSH (In Development Showing)

THISISPOPBABY – Phillip McMahon (SITA Alumni) and Toni Walsh, Meeting Point: Project Arts Centre, 6th October