THE BARBER OF MOVILLE

by Ronan Carr

directed by Nathaniel Shaw

U.S. premiere

Thu June 23 - Sun July 17, 2022

$30

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Molly and Dommo are finally ready to fulfill their plan to take a long-awaited trip. Dommo has a round trip ticket. Molly's ticket is one-way.

They're closing up their barbershop in Derry City, Ireland for a week so they can travel to Zurich, treat themselves to a fine hotel, a fancy meal, tickets to a production of The Barber of Seville, and then...

This darkly comic and enormously powerful play examines the depth of true love and poses difficult questions about end-of-life issues.

​Performers:

David Bridgewater

Katie McCall

Production Team:

Nathaniel Shaw - Director

Chris Raintree - Scenic Designer

Colin Lowrey II - Costume Designer

Todd Labelle - Lighting and Sound Designer

Erica Hughes - Dialect Coach

Dennis Bowe - Stage Manager

Performance Schedule:

Thu June 23 @ 7:30pm (preview)

Fri June 24 @ 7:30pm (preview/post show talkback)

Sat June 25 @ 7:30pm (opening)

Fri July 1 @ 7:30pm (post show talkback)

Sat July 2 @ 7:30pm

Sun July 3 @ 3pm (post show talkback)

Fri July 8 @ 7:30pm

Sat July 9 @ 7:30pm

Sun July 10 @ 3pm (post show talkback)

Fri July 15 @ 7:30pm

Sat July 16 @ 7:30pm

Sun July 17 @ 3pm (post show talkback)

Tickets:

$30

"Superbly written, acted and directed, THE BARBER OF MOVILLE is one of the finest shows of the season."

"THE BARBER OF MOVILLE is one of the most touching plays I’ve seen all season – perhaps ever."

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​​​Ronan Carr is an award winning actor/writer from Dublin whose plays have been seen in Dublin, London, New York, and Derry. He's written screenplays for shorts ("Coolockland") and features ("Rewind"). Ronan has had great success as a radio dramatist for the Irish national broadcaster RTÉ with dramas such as To Sean with Love. He co-founded Mockingbird Theatre.