Image of an Unknown Young Woman
by Elinor Cook
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“Yes, but she’s visible. She matters.”
A young woman in a yellow dress has been shot by the police. It was caught on camera. As the video of this violent act goes viral, the yellow dress becomes a symbol that sparks and fuels a revolution. Elinor Cook’s play, Image of an Unknown Young Woman, blends the personal with the political and poses the question: how can a symbol help, hinder, and hurt in times of great change?
Elinor Cook was the winner of the George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright in 2013 and a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Award in 2018. Image of an Unknown Young Woman premiered at the Gate Theatre, London, in 2015.
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|€10 and €6 concession|
- Director Katie Halloran
- Set and Costume Designer Louise Dunne
- Lighting Designer Israel del Barco
- Sound Designer Iain Faulkner
- Leyla/ Chorus Alison Oliver
- Nia/Chorus Natalie Dix
- Girl in Yellow Dress/Candace/Chorus Ella Lily Hyland
- Yasmin/Chorus Katherine Field
- Ali/Chorus Tiernan Messitt-Greene
- Company Stage Manager Karen-Ann Clancy
- Assistant Production Manager Faith Boucher
- Assistant Stage Manager Meabh Crowe
- Chief LX Dáire Cavanagh
- LX Programmer/Operator Georgia Piano
- Sound Design Coordinator John Norton
- Costume Supervisor Grace Donnery
- Set Construction HOD Vinny Bell