Dixie McDevitt is currently involved with
Survival Strategies @ Fringe - Director
14:00, Fri 7th August 2020 - Mon 31st August 2020 at Underbelly Friesian, Bristo Sq.
Edinburgh Fringe 2020
There are a million ways we could die at any given moment—the guy next door could turn out to be a serial killer, or the water supply could be tainted with e. coli. Not to mention threats of nuclear war and the impending doom of climate disaster that could wipe out humankind at any second. But either we can live in constant fear -- or we can laugh at the absurdity of it all.
This musical comedy centers on the experience of a ragtag support group who call themselves “Survivors Non-Anonymous,” joining together to share their varied stories of survival. But when the bunker they’re meeting in suddenly goes on lockdown, trapping them inside with no resources and leaving them with no idea of the cause of the lockdown, the group members are left to combine their talents and do what they do best: survive.
From the sell-out writing team behind What's Wrong With Me? and Life With You comes a wacky new musical comedy about survival, friendship, and the importance of the Heimlich maneuver.
Dixie McDevitt is preparing for
Survival Strategies - Director
23:00, Wed 7th October 2020 - Sat 10th October 2020 at ADC Theatre
There are a million ways we could die at any given moment—the guy next door could turn out to be a serial killer, or the water supply could be tainted with e. coli. Not to mention threats of nuclear…
Dixie McDevitt has been involved with
HATCH Online - Director - 'A Flawed Exercise in Invisibility'
20:00, Sat 20th June 2020 at YouTube
Unpick the Flowers! - Writer/Director
19:00, Fri 29th May 2020 at ADC Theatre (Online)
Lovesong - Maggie
19:00, Tue 3rd March 2020 - Sat 7th March 2020 at Corpus Playroom
Medea - Aegeus/Chorus
20:00, Sat 22nd February 2020 - Mon 24th February 2020 at Fitzwilliam College Auditorium
My Fair Lady - Assistant Director
I Am A Camera - Sally Bowles
19:30, Fri 15th November 2019 - Sat 16th November 2019 at Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio