I am the director of Calamity Theatre, a Galway-based theatre company.
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Below is a list of the various theatre projects I’ve worked on over the years:
Apoptosis is my first full-length original play, debuting in July 2018 at the Galway Fringe Festival. We received a great mention from Lorna Siggins in The Irish Times which you can read here. Calamity Theatre intends to show Apoptosis again in the future, so like us on Facebook so you don’t miss our next show!
At present, I have written two plays for the Theatre Room in 2018. Great Exposure was performed in February and How To Train Your Werewolf (which you can read here) was performed in March.
At present, I have performed in two Theatre Room plays in 2018, and presented the March show. In January, I performed in A Letter to You by Stephen Cadwell. In February, I performed in The Galway Sage by Ita Reddington.
I will be directing my original play, Apoptosis, in the Galway Fringe Festival in July.
I wrote two plays that were performed as part of Theatre Room Shows. In January, I wrote New Year’s Resolution and in June, I wrote Two’s a Crowd (which you can read here).
In November, I played Patricia Smith (AKA Polly Seedystockings) in a production of The Millionairess by G.B. Shaw. This production was directed by Aisling Smith through the NUI Galway Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance.
In April, I played Claire in a NUI Galway Drama Society production of The Maids by Jean Genet (pictured above). I also directed this production.
In June, I directed Henchmen at the Wheel by John Valters Paintner.
In April, I directed a production of The Maids by Jean Genet through the NUI Galway Drama Society. I also played Claire.
In 2016, four of my original plays were performed by the Theatre Room; Revelations, The Good Samaritan, Quarantined, and Directors’ Workshop.
Revelations was featured in the Galway Theatre Festival as part of The Theatre Room Trail.
The Good Samaritan was performed in the Direct Provision centre in Salthill, Galway, as part of an awareness campaign.
Quarantined was performed through Skype to audiences around the world as part of an experimental performance.
Directors’ Workshop was written for and performed in the Theatre Room Awards ceremony.
I was nominated for Best Writer and won Best Pitch at the Theatre Room Awards.
In My Mind’s Eye
I played Rebekah Browne in the original tour of In My Mind’s Eye by Shirley Anne Godfrey, which was performed in Galway and Donegal as part of Waking the Feminists West.
Our Teacher’s a Troll
I performed in an ensemble production of Our Teacher’s a Troll!, written by Dennis Kelly and directed by Andrew Flynn. The show took place as part of the Cúirt Literature Festival and was produced in conjunction with the NUI Galway Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance.
100 Shades of Grey
I played a variety of roles in ensemble pieces and monologues as part of 100 Shades of Grey, a devised play directed by Charlotte McIvor that examined sexual conduct in conjunction with the NUI Galway Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance and the NUI Galway Department of Psychology.
I directed four plays through the Theatre Room; We Need to Talk by John Valter Paintner, The Revenge of Luisa Ricci by Ronan Cassidy, The Rebellion Offstage by Tim Meaney, and Meteor? I Barely Even Know Her! by Paul O’ Mahony.
Meteor? I Barely Even Know Her! was nominated for Best Play in the 2016 Theatre Room Awards.
I played The Nurse in the Berea College Theatre Laboratory’s production of Medea by Euripides, directed by Deborah Martin in Kentucky, USA.