- 17 Apr 17
Momentum Acting Studio are presenting a three-play suite about love, at the 14th International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival. Director LIZA MICHAEL talks about what attracted her to the work of Neil LaBute and Louis CK.
“Is there an end to love?” she adds. “Is it something endless that we can search for eternally? Can we go beyond our limitation, can love make us go beyond what society would condemn?”
These are just some of the questions posed in Momentum’s triple bill The Possible, Strange Fruit, The Morning After (respectively concerning a wedding, an affair and a one-night stand), which will be staged during the 14th International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival.
The Possible and Strange Fruit are short plays by Detroit-born playwright and film director Neil LaBute; The Morning After, meanwhile, is a scene from American stand-up Louis CK’s short-lived web series Horace & Pete. Momentum Acting Studios was formed three years ago by Liza and Irish actor Robbie Byrne.