The Abbey Theatre will bring Mark O’Rowe’s Terminus to the Sydney Opera House following on from its success at the Melbourne International Arts Festival last year. O’Rowe’s previous plays include Howie The Rookie and Crestfall. Terminus is set in O’Rowe’s Dublin and is centred on three main characters.
The Tallaght native is best known for his smash-hit dark comedy, Intermission, which starred Colm Meaney, Colin Farrell and Cillian Murphy. That screenplay won an Irish Film and Television Award (IFTA) in 2003. Terminus has run twice at the Abbey Theatre and at New York’s Public Theatre, as well as at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and in Melbourne.
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