A Dream of Dying

Written by Treasa Nealon

Directed by


Killian Glynn plays the mysterious and evasive Peter Bergmann “The script leapt out at me as soon as I read it”, he says.” There was such charisma and fun in the world of the play that contrasted deeply with its knowing sense of melancholy. And to add to this, the character I play, Peter Bergmann, an unidentified man who made a hugely final decision, was a part that had me wracking my brain. There was a sense of responsibility to make sure that while we were giving this man a voice, that it had clarity and was delivered respectfully. The designer, Kathy, spoke to me about her natural approach and use of oceanic imagery to fully explore the play’s atmosphere and to align it with Peter. It was fascinating. I am so excited for people to see the script, visuals and performance come together on the night. And most importantly, to acknowledge a man who may not be with us, but whose story can start a conversation, help us to grow as a community and help others in desperate need.” Performed on Culture Night 21st Sept 2018 8.00pm at the Glens Centre


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