A radical reimagining of Orwell's Animal Farm
Animal Farm tells the story of a group of animals who rebel against their owner
in the hope of creating a better society —where they work less and live more.
In this energetic and irreverent interpretation, Louise White explores the spectrum of morality, injustice and the human condition. Taking influences from philosophy, sociology, live art and pop culture, this performance asks; what happens when we obey without asking questions?
Featuring six performers, four musicians and an innovative design team, Animals
experiments with the tools of theatre to reveal the instruments of power.
14th - 16th September, Everyman Cork
5th - 9th October 2022, Dublin Theatre Festival
Conceived and Directed: Louise White
Creative Producer: Killian Coyle
Choreography: Sibéal Davitt
Set Design: Pai Rathaya
Lighting Design: Stephen Dodd
Costume Design: Saileóg O'Halloran
Sound Design: Fiona Sheil
Music Composition: Elis Czerniak
Dramaturg: Sarah-Jane Moloney
Performed by: Gabriel Awedusi, Gemma Kane, Lucy Miller, Lórcan Strain, Dmitry Vinokurov, Ashley Xie
Funded by the Arts Council | An Chomhairle Ealaíon with support from The Everyman, Project Arts Centre, Dublin Theatre Festival, and field:arts.
Image: Ste Murray