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10 thoughts on “The Night Alive

  1. says:

    Full of McPherson's customary Irish charm humor and a bit of sadness

  2. says:

    Memorable characters but an awfully bleak story

  3. says:

    I saw an excellent performance of this a week or so ago at the Round House Theatre in Bethesda and wanted to relive it at least in shadow by reading the script What a great experience playing it again in my mind The last scene is remarkably reminiscent of the last scene in Shining City except here it's hopeful

  4. says:

    Not nearly as thrilling as his previous work McPherson still writes about lonely people in Ireland which he does very well However for someone who fell in love with his writing for the supernatural as much as the humanism this was a little disappointing

  5. says:

    A tale of hope and the search for something better in otherwise hopeless circumstances The characters should have given up but they don't

  6. says:

    This was published in the December 2013 issue of American Theatre Magazine It's set in Dublin and some of the intrigue for me came from little bits of life coin operated lights bedsits unfamiliar to me It is a heavily male cast 4M 1F with the men ranging in age from 30's 70's and the lone female in her 20's and working as a prostitute I found the lead character Tommy to be sympathetic but the other characters around him didn't seem nearly as fully realized In an interview about the play McPherson says at one point It's almost like a nativity play for me where the human beings are really yearning for the transcendent And that seems to come for them in the shape of the idealized feminine which comes into their world and she sort of shakes everything upSo I think the play is successful in terms of the author's stated intent but as an actor looking for juicy roles for women there's nothing to hold on to here I am wishing for less idealized feminine and fully realized feminine where women are agents in their own stories and allowed to have arcs and a range of ages and occupations

  7. says:

    Pretty good There's a weird little diversion about two thirds of the way through were it suddenly becomes a Martin McDonagh play; but happily only for a few pages Nothing against McDonagh but if I want McDonagh I'll read McDonagh I'd be curious to see a production After reading it I wasn't left with very strong sense of why the thing was written a competent staging would probably clear that up for me

  8. says:

    Conor McPherson is one of my favorite playwrights I have read all of his plays 'The Night Alive' is a little too much like 'The Seafarer' for my tasteBut then again I wasn't a big fan of 'The Seafarer' when I read it either Then last year I saw a wonderful production at 'The Alley and it changed my mind about the playThat saidmaybe I need to see 'The Night Alive' to see what I'm missing

  9. says:

    I was a bit disappointed with this one and I'm not sure why The dialogue is very realistic the characters who are barely clinging on are well realised and the scene where a violent thug preys on a vulnerable man is very upsetting but I suppose overall it didn't resonant with me as much as his other plays

  10. says:

    The title of Marvin Gaye’s song reverberates throughout What is going on? “Marvin you said it there man” Tommy says high on adrenaline after dancing “That is the uestion The man who answers that one will ” He doesn’t finish the sentence After all we can’t ever fully explain a world that often seems cruel and arbitrary