The much anticipated Drama concert takes place on March 30th at 7.30pm - Tickets on the door; students €2, adults €5. The programme for the evening is as follows:
First Year Medley – Glimpses of all of the 1st year performances from Evil Kings and Queens to ballet dancers, all led by a very imaginative schoolchild played by Lara McDonnell.
Featuring: Ingrid Burns – Ibriham Alabi – Danielle Lawson – Cian O’Dowd – Saoirse Dunlea – Noah Gorman – Emma Hill – Isabelle Sartini – Daniel burke – rosie Neuman Jones – Lillian Buller – Leah Dunne- Morgan Fealy – Vicky Gunn – Mope Mobilaji – Courtney O’Connor – Ruth Campbell.
Nora McMenamy and Kate Ormsby play two young girls in ‘When Marnie Was There’ by Joan Robinson.
TY Play - Home tells the stories of two young displaced people.
Noor, a refugee fleeing War in Syria and Moyin, a newly arrived Asylum Seeker in Ireland who has been placed, with her family, in Direct Provision.
Noor’s story takes place over one year and Moyin’s takes places over four years.
Their birthdays mark the passing of time.
Second Years, Jack Leitch and James Kelly, play two Baseball Managers in Abbot and Costello’s ‘Who’s On First?’
Jesse Onolememen and Faith Olufemi Ojo play two Nigerian street traders in ‘Footers’ by Shay Linehan.
Calum Kyle plays Lopokhin in Anton Chekhov’s ‘The Cherry Orchard’
Lauryn Canny and Peter Kenny play Blanche and Stanley in Tennessee William’s ‘Streetcar Named Desire’.
Max Pfeiffer and Ross Leitch play Algernon and Jack from Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance Of Being Ernest’.