A Teaċ Daṁsa and Gate Theatre co-production.
A story of innocence and experience, sexuality and shame, humiliation and defiance, identity and nationality, endings and ancestry.
Written and choreographed by Michael Keegan-Dolan, and performed with dancer Rachel Poirier, How To Be A Dancer In Seventy-two Thousand Easy Lessons presents the profound, accidental, ridiculous banality of lives lived and lives imagined.
17–22 July | Galway International Arts Festival | The Black Box Theatre, Galway
9–10 Sept | Cork | The Everyman Theatre, Cork
13–17 Sept | Dublin | The Pavillion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire
21 Oct –5 Nov | New York | St. Ann’s Warehouse, Brooklyn
13–16 Dec | Paris | Théâtre de la Ville, Théâtre des Abbesses, Paris
“A treasure trove of large and little joys.”
The Arts Review – ★★★★
“The key part of the story, fittingly and thrillingly, is told here in symbol, movement and music.”
The Irish Examiner – ★★★★