"The production is visually stunning."
The Irish Times
".Lots of Fire...as poetic as it is political.a timely and deeply
felt meditation on ancient Irish stories - old ways and enmities."
".dramatic, even filmic, sequences surface and disappear in a rhythmic
continuum of movement set to John Ryan's propulsive original score."
".Startling in its use of strange images from the violence of contemporary
life and of suffering lovers.they weave their 'dizzy dream', spring
and fall amid 'the dry bones of the dead'.the words of Yeats ring
all too true,.
"If somebody of their race at last would say---'I have forgiven
Sunday Business Post
".a brackdrop of deep red studded with flames..an inventive and
dynamic repertoire of clash and harmony, of conflict and resolution."
Inspired by the W.B. Yeats Play, "The Dreaming of the Bones";
"Have not old writers said that dizzy dreams can spring from the
dry bones of the dead?" Featuring a solid wall of masks, set against
the backdrop of the political climate in Ireland.
Robert Connor & Loretta Yurick; Music: John Ryan; Set Design: Ian
McNicholl, Lighting Design: Rupert Murray; Costumes: Marc O'Neill;
Dancers: Muirne Bloomer, Robert Connor, Sean Dwyer, Darryl Sheppard,
Jane Price, and Loretta Yurick