THE DEAD: An Opera (Video on Demand)

EVENT INFORMATION

Breda Cashe Productions Presents


THE DEAD

An Opera


ABOUT THE SHOW

Producer Breda Cashe is delighted to bring the acclaimed musical drama based on James Joyce’s best-loved short story – The Dead, An Opera – to audiences around the world for a limited time only.  A recording of the performance, captured at Dublin's iconic Gaiety Theatre is available to watch, on-demand, for seven days from the 16th August. 

The Dead, an original production of the Performance Corporation, occupies a musical space all of its own between opera and music theatre. This production features a sterling cast of Suxannah De Wrixon, John Molloy, Kathy Rose O’ Brien and Rachel O’ Byrne, accompanied by a quartet of Katie O’ Connor, Jane Hughes, Una O Kane and Aoife Durnin.

The piece taps into the deep vein of musical references running through the original story, taking us on a journey exploring life, love and death. Acclaimed Irish composer Ellen Cranitch and award-winning playwright Tom Swift have created a pared back musical telling of Joyce’s classic story that is by turns theatrical, evocative and moving. 

Directed by Jo Mangan, four singers accompanied by a string quartet conjure the atmosphere of a Christmas party inhabited by Joyce’s vibrant characters. The production team also Set Designer Niamh Lunny / Kevin McFadden,  Costume Designer Niamh Lunny and Lighting Designer Kevin McFadden

HOW TO BOOK 

Select your ticket on the right. Click the PLACE YOUR ORDER button to continue with your purchase. You will receive a ticket by email with a link to view the show on one device.  

HOW TO WATCH 

The video will be available to watch for 7 days from the 16-22 August.  Open the unique video link in your confirmation email.  For frequently asked questions and advice on how to watch the show on your computer, tablet, or TV visit: https://support.ticketco.events/hc/en-us/articles/360016936180-How-do-I-watch-a-TicketCo-Media-Services-broadcast-and-other-FAQs

This performance is generously supported by the Department of TCAGSM.

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