In the theatre community we physically come together to create and share our work. The social distancing in place at the moment stops us from doing this, but this will not stop us creating opportunities to hear and share Ireland’s artistic voice.
We commissioned writers from Ireland, with unique additional contributions from the USA, China and Italy, to each write a monologue, to be performed by 50 actors, and then streamed on our YouTube channel.
Each writer nominated one actor to perform their piece, and the actors are self-taping their performances from social isolation.
Yesterday, 30 April, Humanities New York Public Humanities Fellow at the SOF/Heyman Meadhbh McHugh participated with her piece titled 'A New York, now?'