This FREE performance event was part of Culture Night Dublin, where the city opens all of its cultural venues to the public on Friday evening September 18th, 2015. This is a 20-minute immersive performance involving 12 trained actors in costume as Film Noir characters ala the 1940’s black and white films. (Detective Femme Fatale Gangsters etc.)
We will invite small groups of 6-8 audience members at a time into the performance provided they know the password: “Speak Easy”! Ability to climbs stairs is required, and over age 10 suggested.
Lasts Approx 20 minutes with a series of performances between 7:00-10:00pm.
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
Gordon Delap,as Sam Sledge, Private Eye
Julie O’Haloran as Alice Diesel, an innocent girl seeking her missing brother, Mickey Diesel
Bill Paton as “Big Daddy” MacClellan, a “business man” on the wrong side of the law
Anne O’Brien as Lola Maloney, a girl with a past
Fiona Scott as Brandy Brennan, a ditzy strawberry blond with a dream
Catherine McNicholas as Hatti Haddington, a brassie blond with chutzpah
Gary Deasy as Paulie Dunphy, a thug with more brawn than brains
Phil Dillon as Frank Falcone, a thug and henchman for “Big Daddy” MacClellan
David McGowan as Officer Danny O’Reilly, a cop on the take
Louise O’Toole as Veronica Smith, the “Cigars, Cigarettes” Girl
Julie Dean as Rita MacClellan, the landlady and business woman
Jack Beglin as Tommy Stanley, the newsboy
Directed and Conceived by Kathleen Warner Yeates
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Info on Culture Night is available on their website at: http://www.culturenight.ie/dublin_event/abbey-school-of-music-drama/
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