TUE 2 – THU 4 NOV 2021
Live at The Everyman
All the Angels is a new play by Nick Drake that tells the story of the world’s most popular choral work – Handel’s Messiah.
Dublin, 1742. A city emerging from a winter of famine and despair, looking towards the light.
The great composer Handel is the toast of the town, his masterpiece Messiah completed, the hall booked; but, in his desperate attempt to put a company of singers together he must work with an untrained voice, the celebrated stage actress Susannah Cibber. Gradually, he is seduced by the quality of her performance and the truth of her expression.
This joyous play, which will have its Irish premiere on The Everyman stage, tells the story of the world’s most popular choral work, from its fraught birth to its glorious outcome; a tale about the complicated, comedic business of putting on a show and the transformative power of music.
Post Show Talk will be with All the Angels Creative Team facilitated by Dr Trina Scott, Lecturer in Speech & Drama At MTU Cork School of Music.
Join the conversation #alltheangels
Writer Nick Drake
Director Lynne Parker
Musical Director Helene Montague
Music and Recording Supervisor Cathal Synnott
Set and Lighting Designer Sarah Jane Shiels
Costume Designer Sorcha Ni Fhloinn
Sound Designer Fiona Sheil
Assistant Director Dominic O’Brien
George Frideric Handel Brian Doherty
Susannah Cibber Rebecca O’Mara
Crazy Crow Ross Gaynor
Soprano / Signora Avoglio Megan O’Neill
Tenor Ross Scanlon
Baritone Owen Gilhooly-Miles
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Ticket from €25 Running time 135 MIN | INCLUDING INTERVAL