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With one week to go until Shifting opens here in No. 76, rehearsals have really been picking up here. We had a fairly intensive weekend where we did some more work on the set (it’s really starting to look like a sitting room now) and we did a few runs of the play. There was a lot of pulling, tweaking, reblocking, yanking, shouting and dancing being done, but the play is really coming into it’s own. The actor’s are growing in confidence and our crack team of theatre professionals are getting to grips with the technical demands of our house party. We’re confident it’s going to be a good show and will hopefully prove just as popular as the first part of In The Future When All’s Well, Scratcher. Shifting by John Kennedy opens next Monday night at 8pm and runs until April 23rd.

Here’s a look at some of the scenes from the play in action. All photos are by Nathanael McDonald Photography.

Devious Theatre Company are looking for actors aged between 15 – 20 to come on board for the production of ‘Shifting’ which will be the second play in our current In The Future When All’s Well season of work. ‘Shifting’ very much looks to the future as it chronicles a group of friends in present day Kilkenny as they break apart amidst fracturing relationships while coming to terms with the dawn of adulthood. This original piece of comic drama is written by John Kennedy who is our associate writer for the duration of the residency here in No. 76 John Street.

To this end, we’ll be holding auditions on the 8th, 10th and 12th of February in No. 76 John Street. If you want to come and audition for us, please send an email to letting us know who you are, what you’ve done to date and what audition date suits you best.

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The aim and focus of the Art Residency at No. 76 is to enable the successful applicant to research and develop their practice. Other aims of the residency are to: give insights into how and why artists create their work, build relationships and further promote the Arts, provide an awareness and further appreciation of the Arts, cultivate and develop new audiences. The Kilkenny Arts Office is part of

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July 2020