Search Results for 'Max Hafler'

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Women buried alive in a tomb

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CONDEMNED TO die with their emperor in his tomb, the concubines who have not produced any male children ponder their fate. This is the setting for Bryony Lavery’s play More Light.

‘It’s all about political corruption’

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THE FIRST ‘homegrown’ theatre highlight of the year is Theatrecorp’s staging of one of the greatest of all Jacobean tragedies - John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi - in the Black Box Theatre on Tuesday February 3. First staged around 1614, it is a dark and bloody drama about class, corruption, power, intrigue, murder, and madness.

Revenge, romance, and renaissance drama

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DOOMED ROMANCE, violence, revenge, and misogyny erupt into force in The Duchess Of Malfi, one of the greatest tragedies of English renaissance drama, yet one that is rarely performed in Ireland.

Theatre 2015 – Galway companies

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By Charlie McBride

Town Hall coming attractions 2015

THE TOWN Hall Theatre has just unveiled details of its programme for the first few months of 2015 and there is no shortage of exciting theatre shows to look forward to, from both local and visiting companies.

Acting Shakespeare workshop

EVERY ASPECT of acting in a Shakespearean play will be explored in a new workshop from the acclaimed theatre director and teacher Max Hafler.

The Chekhov Technique for comedy

THE CHEKHOV technique for actors is often associated with performing tragedy and intense situations, but it can be used for comedies as well.

Galway Actors Workshop new classes

THE GALWAY Actors Workshop starts a new series of classes covering acting techniques, improv, voice, and even film making at the Anno Santo Hotel, Salthill.

The 'depth and potency' of Yerma

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CORE THEATRE College and NUI Galway theatre and drama students join forces for a staging of Federico García Lorca’s Yerma, translated by Peter Luke, which will be presented at the Mick Lally Theatre, Druid Lane.

The Chekhov Technique for comedy

THE CHEKHOV technique for actors is often associated with performing tragedy and intense situations, but it can be used for comedies as well.

 

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