Playography is currently undergoing an essential rebuild, technical update and maintenance. All updates are on hold until the rebuild is complete. We are continuing to work hard in the background and are still accepting submissions which will be complete in Autumn 2023. For more information visit ITI's website.

Companies

City Theatre Dublin - CTD

OVERVIEW

  • Description

    City Theatre Dublin has been making theatre in Ireland and abroad for about 25 years. Its productions include Sisters, The Hostage, The Matchmaker, The Field, The Vagina Monologues, and The Cuchulain Cycle, as well as the highly acclaimed annual Christmas Shows for children, written by Eurovision Song Contest winner Shay Healy and theatre director Michael Scott.

    Since it began touring John B. Keane's The Matchmaker in 2001, City Theatre Dublin has grown into the largest provider of touring theatre productions in Ireland. City Theatre will continue to develop and investigate new models of touring, providing work ranging from mainstream audience pullers like Mrs. Whippy to boundry pushing community arts paticipatory theatre like Dancing at the Ballroom of Romance.

  • Address

    Co. Dublin

    Artistic Director

    Michael Scott (2)

NEW IRISH PLAYS PRODUCED BY CITY THEATRE DUBLIN - CTD

Play Title Playwright
Dracula Michael Scott (2) Bram Stoker
Adapted from the original novel by Bram Stoker.
Fragments Of Isabella Gabrielle Reidy Michael Scott (2)
Adapted from the book by Isabella Leitner.
Mrs Whippy Cecelia Ahern

Adapted from Cecelia Ahern's Novella 'Mrs Whippy'

Mysteries 2000 Mary Elizabeth Burke-Kennedy Derek Chapman Declan Gorman Johnny Hanrahan Brendan Kennelly Pat Kinevane Gavin Kostick Fergus Linehan (1) Aidan Mathews Michael McCaffery Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill Joe O'Byrne Joseph O'Connor (1) Deirdre Purcell Michael Scott (2)
A new adaptation of the Mystery Plays (author unknown).
Sisters Declan Hassett
The Unsung Hero David Gilna
The Yellow Man Michael Scott (2)
Devised by Brian Thunder and Michael Scott. Based on the book and paintings by Pauline Bewick.
Wuthering Heights Michael McCaffery Emily Brontë