About the production

DYT presents 3 performances from new members at the Teachers Club March 29-April 2.

Dublin Youth Theatre’s annual First Year One Act Festival will run from the 29th of March until the 2nd of April 2016.FYOAF marks the first time new members of DYT perform as part of the organisation, for this they undertake a 6 week rehearsal and devising process working with professional directors. The resulting performances take place in the intimate surroundings of Theatre @ 36, the Teachers Club, Parnell Square West,Dublin 1, this small and cosy theatre is the perfect space to provide a warm and supportive atmosphere for our young performers making their DYT debut. Guiding them in this process are 3 seasoned professional writers and directors who each have long associations with DYT, John White, Dylan Coburn Gray and Tracy Martin.

The week long run will see 3 pieces performed nightly in a triptych by 20 of our 2015/206 group. ‘Word Made Flesh’ devised by John White and the cast and directed by John White, ‘The Honeys’ devised by Tracy Martin and the cast and directed by Tracy Martin and ’98 Kavanagh’ written and directed by Dylan Coburn Gray.

Word Made Flesh 
Every day they talk to us on trains, buses, in supermarkets, on our mobiles – but who are these people? What do they look like?  What are their hopes, dreams and aspirations –did they always want this job?  Don’t  they get bored saying ‘your cash is dispensed under the scanner’ or ‘next stop Museum’ or ‘you have three new messages’ a hundred times a day.
Word Made Flesh brings you into Ireland’s most secret location –The  Speaksphere – where you can see not only the faces behind the voices –but hear what they can’t  ever say (or sing) when the mikes are live… and inevitably,  what happens when things get out of hand…

98 Kavanagh  
This play features a group of young people, all born at a point in time less than twenty years ago, around the turn of the century.
It is about a group of young people one hundred years ago, during the First World War, also born around the turn of the century.
It’s about that world then, and how different it was.
Being young meant something different, and being a man or woman meant something different, and being a good man or good woman was something different again.
If killing and being killed is good, then what can bad mean?
What can obscene mean when the Somme is normal?

The Honeys
A group of grannies re-unite after many years apart. They reminisce over days gone by; when Drogheda was the Las Vegas of Ireland, Pauline’s nick name was ‘No Pants’ and feminism was a dirty word. How much has changed from when they were young? Take a trip back in time with ‘The Honeys’, to when they swore they’d be friends forever.

Tickets are available to book through DYT
€10 and €8 Concession €5 DYT Members
€8 Preview: March 29th

Seating is limited and tickets sell quickly so please book early to avoid disappointment.

To book tickets call 01 8743687, we look forward to welcoming you!