Recovery is a new theatre production which doubles as a live staging of a concept pop album, that stars Peter Coonan (Love/Hate) and Maud Ní Riordáin (Maud in Cahoots) and explores, through 12 songs, a family dealing with life after a crisis.
Part gig, part theatre, the hour-long show written and directed by Zoe Ní Riordáin (Maud In Cahoots) runs in the Project Arts Centre next week April 19th to 23th.
It also stars Stephen Quinn (AKA Stefan Fae, Cabaret Mattachine – Dublin Tiger Fringe, 2014) and Aoife Spratt (Republic of Telly)
The Ní Riordáins have form in this multi-discipline experience having put on The Well Rested Terrorist a few years ago as part of the Fringe.
RECOVERY’s visual storytelling features choreography from Aoife McAtamney (Softer Swells), scenic design from Ger Clancy (East of Berlin, BAKE!), and projection design by Néill O’Dwyer (Arts Technology Research Lab). Sound design is by Jack Cawley (Enjoy, The Well Rested Terrorist).