The Green Room: With Aindrias Stack

Aindrias Stack (aka Aindrias de Staic)

Meet Aindrias Stack who stars in the upcoming production of SALOMÉ on Friday, 19th October at 8pm and 11.30am for school groups.

This is the biblical story of the princess Salomé and her intense attraction to John the Baptist. John’s rejection of her however, results in her famous dance and his execution. To this multimedia drama of seduction, intrigue and corruption the writer brings an exquisite lyric touch which transcends the horror of the actual events

Sa dráma ilmheánach seo tá an Meath is an t-Ionraiceas, an Ghraostacht is an Ghlaineacht, an Chríostaíocht agus an Héadónachas in iomaíocht lena chéile. Cuireann an scríbhneoir na coimhlintí seo os ár gcomhair go héifeachtach agus go healaíonta i bhfriotal fíleata, fíor-álainn. Urraithe ag: Foras na Gaeilge

Tabhair focail amháin dom gur dúil leat é thar aon ceann eile?
An focal is bréa liom ná ‘Latchiko’  – níl fhío agam an focal béarla, gaelige nó spáineach é!

A mhailirt de uimhir a haon thuas?
Obair

Cén fuaim is mó a thaithníonn leat?
Fuaim an juicer ag deanamh gloinne úr deas dhomsa

Abair liom fothrom éigin a chuireann as duit?
Eitiláin an t-airm

Cad eile seachas aisteóireacht a ba mhaith leat triall a bhaint as?
Buachail Bó

Ainmnigh stiúrthóir gur mhaith leat oibriú leis/leí?
Werner Herztog & Toni Galtif

An bhfuil cosúileacht ar bith idir do charactéir i Salomé agus tú féin?
Aontaíom go mór leis an charactéir Eoin Bhaiste.

Meas tú cén táithneamh a bhainfidh an lucht féachainte as an léiriú seo de Salomé?
Mar is dramíocht siumiúl é a bfhuil  ionric, macnamh, leargas agus mothúcháin pearsanta ann.

Tickets for Salomé are still available. Call 01 4627460 to book or book online at www.civictheatre.ie

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About Aindrias Stack
Aindrias Stack (aka Aindrias de Staic) is an Irish Actor, Musician & one of a new generation of Irish Storytellers. He was born Galway, Ireland 1978. He is most well known for his award winning one man shows including “Around the World on 80 quid”.

His first West End role was in the show Woody Sez and his first lead role in a feature film was “Raftery – Weaver of Words’ where he portrayed the blind 16th century Irish bard in the biographical movie.

Other film roles include ‘Malarkey’ (dir Joe Loh 2006) & ‘The year I got Younger’ (dir Gen Bailey 2008), Further we Search(dir Darius Devas 2009) & A Moment of Grace (Dir Dimitrios Pouliotis 2010) which won the Bright Spark award at Trop Fest 2010.

Recently he was awarded the Three Weeks Editors award at Edinburgh Fringe Festival for his latest show “Summer I did the leaving’.

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About Civic Theatre

The Civic Theatre's Mission is to mount an artistic and challenging programme of contemporary and classical Irish and international work in Theatre, Dance, Opera and Music for the community of South Dublin county and environs. History The Civic Theatre, opened in March 1999, a project of South Dublin County Council and also grant aided by the Department of Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands. The first production at The Civic Theatre Tallaght was Howie the Rookie by Mark O'Rowe, directed by Mike Bradwell and starring Aidan Kelly and Karl Shiels. It opened on the 23rd March 1999. Since opening we have developed relationships with most Irish theatre companies and most opera, contemporary dance, ballet and children's theatre companies, developing healthy audiences for these. We are particularly proud of our co-productions – to date we've produced; or co-produced 22 plays, involving new Irish writing. We have hosted wonderful international productions, fantastic local work, and we have had some terrific nights of music on stage at the Civic.
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