About the production

Join us for our annual Members One Act Festival, otherwise known as MOAF. You will see two new plays written, devised, directed and performed by current DYT members.

Anatomy of a Bad Night

“Anatomy of a bad night follows the story of intertwined characters as their night out gets worse and worse due to miscommunication, misunderstanding and alcohol.”

O Father Where Art Thou

“A Transition Year student walks into a divorce party…
A plot of Homeric proportions”

Tickets can be purchased at the door.

Tuesday 22nd – Friday 25th, Doors 7.15pm, Curtain 7.30pm

Saturday 26th, Doors 2.45pm, Curtain 3pm.

Tickets: €10, €8 Concession, €5 DYT Members
Preview performance: all tickets €8
Seating is limited and tickets sell quickly so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Suitable for ages 14+

Latecomers will only be admitted at a suitable break.

Click Here for the Programme

We have a relaxed performance on Friday 25th at 7.30pm. Following guidelines on creating autism friendly environments, there will be a number of changes including house lights remaining on and sound levels lowered.

We also have an Irish Sign Language (ISL) interpreted performance on Saturday 26th at 3pm. Please note this is the final performance.

Doors open at 15 minutes before the show commences. The run time will be approximately 120 minutes, including one interval. Refreshments will be available to purchase pre-show and during the interval from The Teachers Club Lounge and on street parking is available in Parnell Square with further parking facilities available at the multi-story carparks nearby at the Ilac Centre, Parnell Street and Marlborough Street car parks.

Cast List

  • Ailbhe Mc Caughey
  • Anna Capcarrere
  • Charlie Silke
  • Danny Morris
  • Doireann Comiskey
  • Ellen Donohoe
  • Eden McKeown
  • Jason Byrne Hanna
  • Joanie McGrath
  • Kate Goynn
  • Lilac Carters
  • Luca Reuland
  • Nell O'Hara
  • Oran Glynn
  • Sophie Mangan

Crew List

  • Chaya Smyth
  • Éabha Burns-Teeling
  • James Durkin
  • Luke Healy
  • Marcus MacGabhan
  • Matthew Cullen
  • Róisín García Sacristán
  • Siofra Corrigan