DYT members – present and past – and friends are invited to join us, from the comfort of your own home, for a series of weekly Question & Answer sessions with experienced theatre professionals.

Each week, special guests (many of whom are ex-DYTers) will tell us a little bit about their journey, how they got to where they are, who and what inspired them, the challenges they faced to make it and what they’re up to these COVID days.

If you’ve got a question about theatre, being (or becoming) a theatre professional, now’s your chance to ask a pro.

Line-up announced after DYT workshops every Saturday on Facebook and Instagram.

Week 6, Wednesday, May 27, Philly McMahon from THISISPOPBABY is in the hot seat

Week 5, Wednesday, May 20, Mark O’Brien came over from Axis Ballymun 💜

Week 4, Wednesday, May 13, Aidan Gillen brought the house down to be fair to him

Week 3, Wednesday, May 6, Roxanna NicLiam and Deirdre Molloy dropped in

Week 2, Tuesday, April 28, Denise Gough was in da house

Week 1, Wednesday, April 22, we were joined by Bryan Burroughs

To join the session, email Graham by 4pm on the day and and he’ll send you a link.

admin@dublinyouththeatre.com

Submit your question/s via email in advance or be prepared to ask them on Wednesday.

To allow for a quality questioning and answering experience, spaces are limited, so it’s first come first served!

ALL WELCOME.

 

Week 1, Wednesday, April 22, we were joined by Bryan Burroughs💜

Bryan is an award-winning actor, writer, director and tutor at The Lir Academy.

If you’ve got a question about physical theatre, how to get a show to Edinburgh and win a prize(!!), being (or becoming) a theatre professional, now’s your chance to ask the pro. Bryan will also happily respond to questions about auditioning for the Lir, how to prep, what’s expected and anything else you’d like to know about who he is, what he does and how he got there.

Originally from Carlow, Bryan has long supported DYT via his work on the 24 Hour Plays and facilitating physical theatre workshops over the years. Bryan hosted a one-off workshop for DYT members on Saturday April 18 at 11.00am. Here’s what members had to say about it…

Bryan’s workshop was a nice change of pace to the usual COVID binge.

It was so grounding. Really useful. 

Bryan taught me to think in a new way          

It was really fun to be up on your feet and moving, and thinking about where a character begins.

 

To join the session, email Graham by 6pm on Tuesday April 21 and he’ll send you a link.

admin@dublinyouththeatre.com

Submit your question/s via email in advance or be prepared to ask them on Wednesday.

To allow for a quality questioning and answering experience, spaces are limited, so it’s first come first served!