112% Funded


Target: €1000


€1,121 Raised


47 Funders


By Glass Doll Productions



Based on The Stanford Prison Experiments in the 1970s BROADENING challenges the relationship between those who have authority and those who allow them to have it. Those who are complicit. We all know how easy is to blame those in power and ignore the fact that they are only there because we allow them to be. So what do you do? Do you take the power back?

BROADENING is a ‘call to arms’. It is easy to sit in the dark and point the finger, however starting from now, complicity is no longer an option! Let’s take control. Let’s take responsibility. Let’s not rely on others to lead us astray.

“Unnerving, disturbing, thought provoking; this is new writing at its best, played by an outstanding cast.”
5* Irish Theatre Magazine

“Glass Doll’s production capitalises on the palpable sense of unease in Dunne’s accomplished script”
4* Irish Times


We are very grateful for the support we received from our previous Fund it campaign for BROADENING and it ensured we could bring our new show to the Dublin stage.

As we have been invited to bring BROADENING back, we are again looking for a little support as we need funds to pay for some basic overheads a theatre production like this entails. We need to provide insurance for our cast and crew, the rental of a rehearsal space, a few small additions to our existing set and a little fund for marketing and printing. Our overheads are not as big as before – but we do need financial assistance and we are always grateful to our supporters in allowing us to bring our work to the stage. So in advance – we THANK YOU!


Glass Doll Productions was set up in 2010 by Aoife Moroney-Ward and Donncha O’Dea to produce theatre and short films, or anything else that takes our fancy. Our first theatre production, the Irish premiere of the Tony Awards winning play I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright played to sold out houses garnering us 5-star reviews and a lot of support from the theatre going public. Our first film 'Won’t Somebody Think of the Children' won 1st runner-up at the Dublin Pride Short Film Festival 2010 and our latest film Camera Shy is due to be released on the Irish film festival circuit.