Sense & Sensibility – Two Video Reviews by NAYD Young Critics

As part of the NAYD Young Critics Programme 2016,  the Young Critics were tasked with seeing a production in their local venues and were then asked to create a critical response vlog. The Young Critics

They were encouraged to utilise their own programming eye and select work that they would then be able to create a critical response to. These critical responses take the form of  short video blog reviews or podcasts, where they discuss the shows.

Since the start of May, the Young Critics have been seeing work and then writing, shooting and editing their own individual critical response vlogs. Some of these take the form of straight up critical responses, while others utilise comedy, drama and other techniques to respond to the work.

Two of the Young Critics, Emily McGee from Kilkenny Youth Theatre and Clodagh Healy from Free Radicals Youth Theatre in Tralee, Co. Kerry, both reviewed Chapter House Theatre Company’s touring production of Sense and Sensibility. The show toured Ireland in June 2016.

First up is Emily’s Review:

 

Next Clodagh Healy has taken a very humorous and contemporary take on critiquing Sense and Sensibility.

 

Come join us on October 9th at the Project Cube, Dublin, where the Young Critics Panel will be critiquing three shows as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival 2016

 

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