Dying too young on her wedding day, Eurydice must journey to the underworld where she meets her dead father, encounters the Lord of the Underworld and struggles to remember her husband, Orpheus.
Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice is a modern re-telling of the Orpheus myth through the eyes of Eurydice. A magical, sometimes menacing, dream-like journey of love, loss and memory.
|Her Father||Alan Nuzum|
|A Nasty Interesting Man/The Lord of the Underworld||Dermot Byrne|
|A Chorus of Stones|
|Big Stone||Maria Fitzgerald|
|Little Stone||Alice Meehan|
|Loud Stone||Sharon Nealon|
|Director & Designer||Emma Jane Nulty|
|Lighting Design||Barry Donaldson|
|Sound & Puppet Design||Emma Jane Nulty|
|Stage Manager||Emma Mulligan|
|Technical Team||Brian Nutley|
|Graphic Design||Philip Murphy|
About The Group
Dalkey Players is a small group based in Dalkey, Co Dublin. Producing full and one act plays, the group also has an active writing group. The Group won the RTE All Ireland Drama Finals in 2017 and were Runners Up in 2016. Dalkey Players enjoyed playing to live audiences once again on this year’s Circuit and are delighted to be a part of the 70th RTE All Ireland Drama Finals 2022.