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ACTOR BIOGRAPHY- THEATRE

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THEATRE includes:

THE BOOK OF NAMES, directed by Louise Lowe for Landmark Productions and ANU Productions at The Dublin Theatre Festival.

 

THEATRE FOR ONE, directed by Eoghan Carrick for Landmark Productions.

 

BODIES OF WATER, directed by Eoghan Carrick and Maeve Stone for Dublin Fringe Festival.

 

THE ANVIL, directed by Louise Lowe for ANU at Manchester International Festival.

 

THE FACTORY LINE, directed by Niamh Mc Cann for Live Collision.

 

ROSEFRAIL & FAIR, directed by Caoileann Thompson for Prime Cut Productions.

 

THE MISFITS, directed by Annie Ryan for Dublin Theatre Festival.

 

THESE ROOMS, directed by David Bolger and Louise Lowe for ANU/Cóiscéim/ London International Theatre Festival .

 

THE SIN EATERS, directed by Louise Lowe for ANU/Dublin Theatre Festival.

 

THESE ROOMS,directed by David Bolger and Louise Lowe for ANU/Cóiscéim/Dublin Theatre Festival.

 

ON CORPORATION STREET, directed by Louise Lowe  for ANU/ Home (UK)

 

SUNDER, directed by  Louise Lowe for ANU.

 

ROMEO AND JULIET, directed by Wayne Jordan for The  Gate Theatre, Dublin.

 

BEAUTIFUL DREAMERS, directed by Louise Lowe for ANU / Performance Corp/Limerick City of Culture.

 

VARDO, directed by Louise Lowe for ANU/Dublin Theatre Festival.

 

ELECTRA, directed by  Elizabeth Swanson for the Lír Academy.

 

ANGEL MEADOW, directed by Louise Lowe for ANU/Home (UK)

 

BEYOND THE BROOKLYN SKY, directed by Peter Sheridan for Red Kettle Theatre Co. National tour.

 

TAKING BACK OUR VOICES, by  Oonagh Murphy for the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.

 

THE BOYS OF FOLEY STREET, directed by Louise Lowe for ANU/Dublin Theatre Festiaval.

 

PERFIDIA, directed by  Peter Gaynor  for Theatre Upstairs. Dublin.

 

LAUNDRY, directed by Louise Lowe  for  ANU/Dublin Theatre Festival.

 

WORLDS END LANE, directed by Louise Lowe for  ANU/Dublin Theatre Festival.

 

HAND ME DOWN THE MOON, directed by Louise Lowe  for Absolut Fringe, Dublin.

 

THE BIG DEAL, directed by Una McKevitt  for  Kilkenny Arts Festival, Project RAts Theatre & CCI Paris.

 

THE END OF THE ROAD,directed by Louise Lowe for Fishamble Theatre Co.

 

WORLD’S END LANE, directed by Louise Lowe for  Absolute Fringe.

 

BLACK BESSIE, directed by  Karl Shiels for Absolut Fringe.

 

MYRMIDONS, directed by Simon Coury for Ouroboras Theatre Co.

 

TWO ROOMS, directed by Mary Moynihan for Focus Theatre, Dublin.

 

SPEAKING IN TONGUES, directed by  Liam Halligan for  National Tour.

 

FIVE KINDS OF SILENCE, directed by Bairbre Ni Chaoimh for Andrew’s Lane Theatre.

 

THE DESERT OF LOVE, directed by Sam Young for Theatre Space.

 

THE BFG, directed by Veronica Coburn for the Civic Theatre.

 

TALES FROM OVID, directed by Michael Caven for the Samuel Beckett Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin.

 

LOST SONG, directed by Louise Drumm for Draiocht Theatre, Dublin.

 

THE OLD NEIGHBOURHOOD, directed by Charlie Bonner for Focus Theatre, Dublin.

 

KILLING TIME, directed by Charlie Bonner for The Project  Arts Theatre.

 

SHESAWHORE, directed by Neasa Hardiman and D Mulrooney for The Project Arts Theatre.

 

WHY I HATE THE CIRCUS, directed by Audrey Devereux for the Civic Theatre, Dublin.

 

BY THE BARROW, directed by Art O’Briain for Foley’s Theatre, San Francisco, USA.

 

THE WHITE DEVIL, directed by Jason Byrne for Project @ The Mint.

 

BRILLIANT DAYS BLUE, directed by Barabbas.

 

MAKING LOVE TO YORICK, directed by Vincent McCabe for National tour.

 

THE RASHERHOUSE, directed by Robert Lane for The New Theatre, Dublin.

 

BECKETT OF COOLDRINAGH, directed by Oliver Marshall for the Dublin Writers Centre.

 

JOYRIDERS, directed by Robert Lane for The New Theatre.

 

ARTURO UI, directed by David Collins for Bull Alley Theatre.

 

THE DREAM PLAY, directed by Neville C Styles for City Arts Centre.

 

THE MAN OF LA MANCHA, directed by Neville C Styles, Coláiste Mhuire. Dublin.

 

“Everyone is an artist”

I am passionate about art and creativity for everyone.

Joseph Beuys famously said “Everyone is an artist” I agree with this.

To this end I mentor, teach, direct and curate artistic collaborations.

I also create workshops, cultural programmes and bespoke live artworks .