Image Of An Unknown Woman

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Mill Theatre, Friday 14th January

mage of an Unknown Young Woman by Elinor Cook presented by American College Dublin BFA Musical Theatre degree fourth year students.

A video of a young girl in a yellow dress being shot by the police hits the internet and goes viral. What is the impact of the video on the uploaders, on the unnamed country in which a revolution begins to stir?

As a tornado of dissent and violence spreads, everyone’s life is going to change.

But, if something doesn’t directly affect you, then why should you care?

A startlingly theatrical look at what happens when it all kicks off!

Running time 1hr 20mins, no interval. Suitable for age 12+


Date:
Friday 14th January
Time:
6.30pm
Price:
€20 - €25
Address:
dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum, Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland

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