Stage Door Live, Episode 7 – 27 May 2020 #CultivatingNewTheatreArtists

How does the theatre sector continue to cultivate and support new theatre artists? Featuring: David Horan, Caitriona Daly, Peter Reid, Sara Joyce, Pamela McQueen, Hillary Dziminski, Chaos Factory and Morgan Cooke.

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In Episode Seven, David Horan, Artistic Director of Bewley’s Cafe Theatre, and Playwright Caitriona Daly join us to discuss Bewley’s legacy and the importance of smaller theatres to the development of theatre artists. Writer, Director and Producer Peter Reid joins us to discuss the history of the International Bar and an exciting new initiative to bring live theatre to the International in August. London-based, Irish writer and director Sara Joyce talks about working abroad and her reasons for leaving Dublin to train at ecole internationale de theatre Jacques Lecoq and then settle in London where she has worked in both fringe and subsidised theatres. In special reports by Guest Correspondant Kelly O’Doherty, dramaturg Pamela McQueen discusses the development of new works at venues like The New Theatre, and The Corps Ensemble discusses their New Writing Night. In our #ArtInIsolation segment, we focus in on Chaos Factory. Our #FinalPoeticThought is delivered by Morgan Cooke.

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