Yerloo Underground | Portrait of the Autist as a Young Man
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Yerloo Underground Deep dark subway. Hermit artists dwell.

Portrait of the Autist as a Young Man
He'll be taking autistic licence

Yerloo Underground - EraEra
Four hermits live beneath Brooklyn's subway system. Their purpose: to halt the F train with performance. This absurdist piece blends musical improvisation, dance, percussion and text.

Written + Performed by: Jomack Miranda
Produced by: Sadhbh Mc Loughlin
Starring Cara McCarthy as Rumpy, Jack Gavin as Junk, Jomack Miranda as Yerloo and Kaitlin Cullen-Verhauz as Strings.


Portrait of the Autist as a Young Man - Ian Lynam
Join Ian Lynam in a comical exploration of autism and its effects on humour, relationships and even art itself. Alternative comedian, but the comedy isn't the alternative part.

Written + Performed by: Ian Lynam
Directed by: Jade Pepper
Produced by: Ben Morgan
Additional content by: Tom McHugh

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