We Need Men
THEATREclub are looking for men to Volunteer to help tell women's stories as part of 'The Game', a play coming to Draiocht that explores the act of buying sex - the rules, the language and the power structures. It’s a play that’s also a real-life game, with levels and consequences ... to register your interest in participating please email THEATREclub on email@example.com and you will be sent full details ... The Game comes to Draiocht on Sat 08 April 2017 8pm Tickets €18 / €16 conc from Box Office 01-8852622 or Online ... http://www.draiocht.ie/events/the_game
The Game explores the act of buying sex - the rules, the language and the power structures.
It’s a play that’s also a real-life game, with levels and consequences.
Five new men have volunteered each night. These men have never played ‘The Game’ before. They’ve no idea what they’re about to do and they won’t be given a script. They are doing this to be part of an event – a symbolic act – that calls us all to consider, to think and to review.
All you have to do is watch.
The Game gives audiences an insight into a world that sits uncomfortably beneath the surface of our day-to-day lives. How we legislate makes a statement about our values. The legal status of prostitution and sex work is a measure of our society. Laws around the world are changing. We’re all affected by those changes.
Devised by Gemma Collins, Grace Dyas and Lauren Larkin with Rachel Moran, Mia deFaoite and other women who have exited prostitution and women currently involved in sex work.
Contains nudity, strong language, sexual references, violence and material that some may find disturbing.
This production is supported by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaion and Mermaid Arts Centre.
THEATREclub are Project Artists, an initiative of Project Arts Centre.
MORE ... Irish Times Article 'I Want People to Come out of the theatre angry'
"Director Grace Dyas and her collaborators are determined to show how complex the subject is, and to ask us to think. They succeed, in a work that is brave, horrific and urgent."
The Irish Times