The Ill-Advised Theatre Company presents Spring Awakening at Smock Alley Theatre for a limited five performance run this July.
Based on the play of the same name written by Frank Wedekind in 1891, this version of Spring Awakening is an engaging and ground-breaking musical. It follows a group of young adolescents as they make their way through the thrilling, complicated and mysterious minefield that is sexual awakening.
Set in Germany at end of the 19th century, the musical explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood. A timeless story set to an indie-rock score, it is certain to strike a chord with all audiences. Dealing with themes of oppression, grief and self-discovery, Spring Awakening is a celebration of life, growth and new beginnings.
Writer: Steven Sater
Composer: Duncan Sheik
Director : James O’Connor
Choreographer: Lesley Moore
Lighting Designer: Caoimhe Ní Fhaoláin
Set & Costume Design: Fiona Patten
Music Director: Sinéad Diskin
Spring Awakening plays at Smock Alley Theatre from 28th July to 1st August, performances at 7:30pm each night. Tickets cost €16 (concessions and group rates available) and may be reserved online.
Don’t miss the chance to see this exhilarating show that has been exciting audiences globally for years!
Smock Alley Theatre
Exchange Street Lower
Tel: 01 677 0014
All images (excluding Smock Alley banner) courtesy Ill-Advised Theatre Company