Come and see us in Stuttgart this July
No white tutus, no Tchaikovsky: this “Swan Lake” is set in the raw solitude of rural Ireland. The depressive prince is supposed to leave his house and wants to commit suicide, the priest has raped a girl, and refreshments at the grand ball consist of cans of lager. In Michael Keegan-Dolan’s grotesqu...
MICHAEL KEEGAN-DOLAN WORKSHOP CALL OUT Michael Keegan-Dolan is looking for dancers to work with him on a new creation in 2018, which will be co-production between his company Teac Damsa (formerly Fabulous Beast) and Sadler’s Wells Theatre. He is also looking for dancers who could potentially be part of the Swan Lake – Loch na hEala company for some national and international touring in 2017 and 2018. The dates for new creation will be between August 1st – October 31st 2018 in Ireland, with perfor- mances in London, 23rd – 28th October. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to participate in...
Tonight at the National Concert Hall, Swan Lake (Loch na hEala) won the Best Production Award in this year's 2017 Irish Times Theatre Awards.
Hyemi Shin also won the award for Best Costume Design for Swan Lake (Loch na hEala)
Vive la Danse!!!!
The major prizes at this year’s event were shared among a varied set of productions
We are coming to Brighton.
Brighton Festival 2017 presents Michael Keegan-Dolan's magical adaptation of beloved classic Swan Lake. A critical smash in Dublin and at Sadler’s Wells, this Swan Lake is rooted in a place where ancient Irish mythology and modern Ireland meet.
Voting is now open for the Audience Choice prize in The Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards. So get to it...