By Mark O'Rowe
11 – 20 October 2012
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Playwright Mark O’Rowe is a bad-boy story-teller in the magnificent Irish tradition. His way with words is witty and gutsy and thrillingly agile, and the inventiveness of his story telling leaves audiences reeling.
O’Rowe’s new play Terminus starts with a phone call. A distressed teenager seeking advice from a emergency help-line. Then the story takes on a life all its own ...
Three people are ripped from their daily lives and thrown into a fantastical world inhabited by a singing serial killer, an avenging angel and a lovesick demon. It’s a wild ride through the bustling streets of Dublin as this astonishing story hurtles to its startling terminus.
Director/Designer Robert Jarman
Stage Manager/Lighting Designer
Andrew 'Ghost' MacDonald
Marketing John Xintavelonis
Graphic Design Karen Kluss
Schools Liaison Jeff Michel