The 1990s

Not surprisingly, the loss of a permanent home resulted in a curtailment of the activities of the Society in the 1990s. 21 productions (8 of them in the last North George’s St. studio) were presented altogether during the decade, including 6 Shakespeare plays.

Outside venues used for major productions from 1992 included Andrews Lane Studio, City Arts Centre, the Dagg Hall (in the Royal Irish Academy of Music), the Crypt (Dublin Castle), and the (short- lived) Olivian’s Theatre at Belvedere Place.
In addition to Savio Sequira, we find new directors such as Joe Jordan, Antoinette Duffy, Yvonne Robins and Victor Wheatly working with the Society, and contributing their acting talents as well in various productions.