Date/Time: 4,9 May @ 16:00(Matinees); 4-9 May @ 19:30(Evenings);
Venue: THE TEACHERS CLUB (MAIN) Category: Drama
Trouble Down South (USA)
A funny and daring look into what it means to be a young, gay woman from the Southern United States. It follows our heroine’s journey through adolescence and into adulthood as she realizes she is nothing like the women around her. The show explores sexuality, class, gender expectations, desire, pleasure, and being raised in a family where lady-ness is close to godliness.
DURATION: 45 mins
COMPANY: Teatro Travieso/Troublemaker Theatre
WRITTEN: Janna Haywood
DIRECTOR: Jimmy A. Noriega
CAST: Janna Haywood
Jimmy Noriega has directed plays in 12 countries.
Jimmy Noriega won the Elliott Hayes Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dramaturgy from the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (2013) Special selection BorderLight International Theatre + Fringe Festival Cleveland
Jo is struggling to let go of her girlfriend and more importantly her girlfriends Netflix account, while best friend Paige has accepted her boyfriend can’t give her an orgasm no matter how hard he tries. When they wake up in a shopping trolley on the Dublin Quays after a chaotic night out, they are forced to decide between McDonald’s or keeping the party going.
A comedic exploration of sexuality, youth and female friendship.
AGE RESTRICTION 16+
GENRE Comedy Drama
WRITER: Alix Bailey
DIRECTOR Aoife Morrison
CAST Alix Bailey and Ashlyn O’Neill
OTHER: Muirenn Lyons Producer