DIT students of drama present "Dead enough to bury”

15 November, 2012: “Dead enough to bury” is the arresting title of a new production by final year students on the Bachelor of Arts in Drama (Performance) in DIT. Directed by DIT’s Peter McDermott, the show promises to take audience members on a whirlwind of emotions as a talented cast of 20 attempts to dissect the last great adventure known to man. The show aims to address the question “How does our perception of death stop us from seeing the truth about death?" The pieces are based on the acting works of Grotowski and are all devised by the students themselves. It promises to be an insightful and refreshing piece of theatre from Ireland's up and coming actors.


DIT’s Bachelor of Arts in Drama (Performance) is a three-year, full-time Degree programme focusing on the study of acting and drama in performance and facilitation contexts. Recent graduates of the programme have gone on to work for a variety of prestigious companies including: The Abbey Theatre, The Royal Shakespeare Company, London's West End, RTE and TEAM Theatre Company.

Venue: DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, Rathmines Road, Dublin 6
Dates: 05 December 2012 - 07 December 2012, 19.00pm
08th December 2012 2.00pm (Matinee)

For further information

DIT, Rathmines Road, Dublin 6. Tel: +353 1 402 7815;
email: conservatory@dit.ie or visit www.dit.ie/conservatory.

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