OT Platform are creators of detailed live portraits by choreographing movement, stillness and voice in space. We aim to write, reinvent and collaborate with artists and professional and non-professional performers. We make performances that breathe, and so give room to the audience to find themselves in it.
Meet Noor, a Syrian immigrant who’s fulfilled her dream of becoming an Irish citizen. Her dream turns to nightmare as the Syrian war explodes. Noor’s family is disappearing; imprisoned, murdered, adrift on boats. Take a visual and sonic trip through the ruins of her psyche.
A theatrical response to the Housing Crisis, with professional and non-professional performers.
A mini urban opera with original score by Morgan Cooke and created in collaboration with professional and non-professional performers.
A theatre and film installation presented as part of dis/placed festival, Shoreditch Town Hall, London.
A collaboration with 5 Muslim / Arabic women in Dublin 8, exploring memorised landscape and present Dublin 8 canal landscape — resulting in a sound and film installation at IMMA and a short film.
A theatrical film portraits of the last residents in an emptying social housing estate.
A coming of age tale inspired by the story of Bluebeard, performed on location in the drawing room at the Pearse Centre with sound artist Slavek Kwi.