“Poetic in their efficiency” The New York Times
Based loosely on a 1798 Irish Gothic novel by Regina Maria Roche, “Madeline” illuminates something universal about the human response to personal and supernatural anxieties, and our sense of responsibility for the safety of others, through the story of a young woman.
With original music by Limerick Jazz Ensemble.
14 Nov | 8pm | Boys’ School
Age Suitability 10+
Running time: 55 mins
CREATED BY: Angie Smalis, Colin Gee, Laura Dannequin, Damien Devaney and Limerick Jazz Ensemble
LIGHTING DESIGN BY: Pius McGarth
SET DESIGN BY: Martin Shannon
COSTUME DESIGN BY: Giordana Giache
PRODUCTION AND STAGE MANAGER: Kerrie Ahern
POSTER ARTWORK: Ken Coleman
About the company…
Called “Uncannily Absorbing” by The New York Times, Angie Smalis and Colin Gee have collaborated and performed internationally since 2007. Respectively trained at the Greek National School of Dance, and the Lecoq School, they have worked individually with Daghdha Dance Company, Wien Opera Ballet, Cirque du Soleil, Whitney Museum of American Art, and many other venues and institutions internationally.