by Jane McCarthy
Belltable | Thur, April 4th | 8pm | €18/€16
Charlotte is back on track, thanks to support from her steadfast husband Malcolm and son, Evan. She thinks she’s found another lifeline in her new friend, Shane. But Shane knows more about her idyllic life than she realises. And just how to destroy it.
The Harvest is a new thriller from acclaimed playwright, Jane McCarthy, about second chances and second lives. What we do when we have them, and what we might do to take them from others.
“The world knows about me. It knows what I did and it doesn’t care anymore. But what about you? What about what you’ve done?”
Director: Matthew Ralli | Dramaturg: Pamela McQueen
Cast: Fionn Foley – Evan, Marcus Lamb – Malcolm, John Morton – Shane, Melissa Nolan – Charlotte
Stage Manager: Céin Sookram | Set & Scenic Design: Lisa Krugel | Set Construction: Mark Smith
Lighting Design: John Crudden | Sound Design: Dylan Tonge Jones | Costume: Jane McCarthy & Lisa Krugel Graphic Design: Leanne Willars | Photography: Alan Craig | New Theatre Artistic Director: Anthony Fox
As a playwright Jane McCarthy has had three full plays staged, Epilogue (2009) and Overtime (2012, 2013) which received great critical acclaim and a sell out run in The New Theatre Dublin, a venue dedicated to discovering new writers. She was most recently commissioned to write a short radio play, Amy, as part of the sold out event Dead Air in the Bram Stoker Festival 2017. On the strength of Overtime she was selected to be part of Dublin Theatre Festival’s ‘Play- On’ initiative in 2014, an advanced playwriting course taught by Graham Whybrow, former Literary Manager of The Royal Court Theatre, Lon-don. Jane graduated from UCD in 2014 with a first class honours MA in Creative Writing, and was taught by many esteemed writers such as Frank McGuinness, Carlo Gebbler, Eilís Ní Dhuibhne, Paul Perry and James Ryan. She also holds a Degree in English Literature from UCD.
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