SETU Theatre Studies presents Stop/Over

Thu 9th May
6pm
Garter Lane Theatre
Free
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SETU Theatre Studies presents Stop/Over by Gary Duggan

Set over 31 hours in NYC, F and M reunite only to realise they must part. An amateur one-act production in arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

Presented by third year SETU Theatre Studies students, Janice Lacharmante and Liam Hickey, Stop/Over by Gary Duggan explores the complex dynamics of relationships at key moments in our lives and the impulses that make us leave or stay. The audience is invited to take their seat on the stage and follow F and M through a whistlestop tour of New York City. This is a wheelchair accessible production and venue.

Creative team: original sound design by final-year SETU BA (Hons.) Music students, Emily Myers, Ben Devlin, and Jamie (facilitated by Mark Graham); lighting design by Richard ‘Lippy’ Collins; movement direction by Deirdre Grant; costume and set by the ensemble; directed by Kate McCarthy. PR and Marketing for this production was designed and implemented by first-year BA (Hons.) Marketing students (facilitated by Michelle Clancy).

This production is part of the HumanitiesConnect project (funded by SETU Growth Hub), a multi-disciplinary teaching, learning, and assessment project that connects SETU Humanities and Business undergraduate students so that they can develop a distinct set of entrepreneurial skills and capabilities in collaboration with industry professionals. The project provides an opportunity for students to develop an entrepreneurial mindset and associated capabilities in a supportive classroom environment, facilitated by SETU faculty. Dermot Quinn (Theatre Royal) and Síle Penkert (Garter Lane Arts Cenre) provided mentorship to students and team as part of the wider remit of the project.

Thu 9th May
6pm
Garter Lane Theatre
Free
Book Tickets
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