Stage Door Live: Episode 20 – 2 September 2020 #DublinFringePreview2

We continue our Dublin Fringe Festival 2020 focus, but first discuss the NCFA’s progress with the government and arts council. Featuring: Aideen Howard, Dylan Coburn Gray, Dan Colley, Fionnuala Gygax, Timothy O’Mahony, Orla Graham, Kirby Thompson, and Witt Tarantino.

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Episode 20 is another Dublin Fringe Preview of Stage Door Live.

We begin with Aideen Howard from the National Campaign for the Arts discussing the progress made the government and arts council. (Due to a technical issue, this interview is split in two) We’re then joined by Dylan Coburn Gray, the writer behind Malaprop’s Before You Say Anything, to discuss the role of the writer in a collaborative devising process and the sparks behind their show. Finally, Dan Colley and Fionnuala Gygax discuss their show Twenty Fifty, supported by Fishamble’s DUETS initiative, which is an online production premiering next week. We also feature three of FringeLAB’s Artists at Work, Timothy O’Mahony, Orla Graham, and Kirby Thompson. Witt Tarantino delivers the Final Poetic Thought.

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