class="">THE NIGHT ALIVE by Conor McPherson


THE NIGHT ALIVE by Conor McPherson

26 October| 21:00 – The Small Theatre

27 October| 18:00 – The Small Theatre



The Night Alive was written in 2013 by the Irish playwright and stage director Conor McPherson. Directed by the author himself, the show premiered in London, the same year.




Tommy: Bogdan Farcaș

Doc: Ioan Coman

Aimee: Ada Simionică

Maurice: Paul Chiribuță

Kenneth: Andrei Radu

Translated by: Bogdan Budeș

Directed by: Cristi Juncu

Set Design and Costume Design : Vladimir Turturică

Length: 2 h 25 min (with intermission)

“Toma Caragiu” Theatre, Ploiești

English surtitles

Suitable for ages 12 and above

Fluttering between drama and comedy, The Night Alive explores the lives of a few lost souls… and a chance meeting that may change their course. The whole action takes place in Dublin, in the messy room where Tommy, a middle-aged man, lives. He has been drifting through life in the past two years, making ends meet through whatever crackpot schemes he and his friend Doc can come up with.

When Tommy rescues a young prostitute named Aimee from a beating on the street, a glimmer of hope makes him feel that he can eventually make something of his life. The past, however, cannot be easily left behind, and everything might fall apart when a man from Aimee’s past makes an unwelcome appearance.