HOW IT IS: PART ONE
A stage rendition of Beckett’s novel by Gare St Lazare
Gare St Lazare Ireland’s newest work How It Is receives its world premiere performance. The result of the three-year Artistic Residency here, this production has been made on and for the Everyman stage.
How It Is will be the company’s 11th Beckett prose work for the stage. Directed and co-designed by Judy Hegarty Lovett with a creative team of actor Conor Lovett, composer/sound designer Mel Mercier, actor Stephen Dillane, set and lighting designer Kris Stone.
Perhaps Beckett’s most complex and enigmatic work How It Is was Beckett’s last full-length novel.
*** PLEASE NOTE CAPACITY IS LIMITED AS SEATING IS ON THE EVERYMAN STAGE ***
SPECIAL FUNDRAISING GALA PERFORMANCE – FRIDAY 2 FEBRUARY, 7.30pm
TICKETS €100 GALA NIGHT TICKETS HERE
Performance followed by champagne reception with Stephen Dillane, Conor Lovett, Mel Mercier and director Judy Hegarty Lovett and Everyman Artistic Director, Julie Kelleher. All your info HERE
Gare St Lazare Ireland is a non profit theatre company registered in Ireland (CLG) and supported by The Arts Council of Ireland, Everyman Theatre, Cork City Council and the generosity support of our Gold Circle Patrons and Friends.
All Gala fundraising proceeds go to Gare St Lazare Ireland. www.garestlazareireland.com
The Everyman in partnership with Cork City Council and the Arts Council, is delighted that Gare St Lazare Ireland will be Artists in Residence for 2017/2018. This is the company’s third year in residency.
An Irish theatre company GSLI is dedicated to connecting their international reputation for excellence back to its home city of Cork. Over the past two years the residency base in the Everyman has offered the company’s joint artistic directors – Judy Hegarty Lovett and Conor Lovett – the opportunity to consolidate their roots. In addition to developing new work for the stage, they have hosted public conversations, opened their rehearsals to local audiences and artists and provided mentoring, knowledge sharing and masterclasses to young theatre makers.
Since creating Gare St Lazare Ireland in 1998, director Judy Hegarty Lovett and actor Conor Lovett have performed Samuel Beckett’s work in Ireland and across the globe; Their annual tours and coproduction partnerships include Lincoln Center, New York, and venues in Boston, California and London.
Leading exponents of Samuel Beckett’s work with a particular emphasis on his prose and novels Gare St Lazare’s exquisite perfomances continue to enthrall audiences worldwide.
Join Gare St Lazare on Friday February 3rd for an exclusive gala fundraising performance and post show reception with the company. For details on this, contact firstname.lastname@example.org