Priming the Canon
1 September - 17 November 2017
Dates: 1 – 3 November
On the Peacock Stage
Times: 12pm & 2pm
Tickets: €5 Children / €7 Adults
Running Time: 1 hour
To book for a group of 6+ concessions call (01) 87 97 226
If you would like us to perform Me,Sara in your primary school, please call (01) 87 97 290 or email email@example.com
Me, Sara will be performed in primary schools this Autumn. See it on the Peacock Stage in November.
“‘If a cow fell over you’d all go and look at it’ he says”
Sara Tansey’s father is just back from overseas and is being very annoying! Just because he’s bought her oranges doesn’t mean he can say nothing happens in their town. He wasn’t there when the murderer came. But was he really a murderer? Or a Playboy? Or both? And does the Playboy see just how clever and nice Sara is?
Passionate, lyrical and angry Sara invites us into a world where people are made by the stories they tell and parents need to be told who their children really are. Based on Synge’s The Playboy of the Western World the third of our Priming the Canon series. Priming the Canon brings standalone plays based on the classics directly into schools. With pre and post-show workshops and online curriculum based materials Me, Sara brings a timeless Irish classic into the heart of the classroom.
Juliette Crosbie will perform Me, Sara on the Peacock Stage this November.
Recommended for ages 10+
Photography © Ros Kavanagh
- Sara: Juliette Crosbie
- Writer: Dylan Coburn Gray
- Director: Amy Conroy
- Dramaturg: Sarah FitzGibbon
- Dramaturg: Phil Kingston
- Producer: Mary Sheehan
14 - 23 September 2017