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Once again this year, ReActors will be represented at the world renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival. You can catch Conor Burke in 'Sophie, Ben and Other Problems' at the Assembly George Square Studios (five) from the 1st-27th of August.
Maeve O'Mahony will also be performing in 'Everything Not Saved' in Summerhall's Old Lab from the 1st-26th!
Dont miss out!
Over the past few moths ReActors has seen an influx of up and coming talent on our books. We are delighted to introduce our new ReActors: Richard Durning, Conor Burke, Maeve O' Mahony, Shane English and Sarah Richardson! Head over to the male/female section of the website to find out more about all of our new clients!
ReActor Glynis Casson is playing the formidable grandmother Madame Armfeldt who was a famous Courtesan in her day in “A Little Night Music” in The Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire. It is running from Wednesday 18th April to Sunday 22nd April with matinees on Saturday and Sunday.
Set in 1900 Sweden, this show explores the tangled web of affairs centred around Madame Armfeldt’s actress daughter Desiree Armfeldt, her lovers, their wives and her family. A weekend of new romances, while second chances bring endless surprises.
With a stunning score by Stephen Sondheim, including the classic “Send In The Clowns,” this is an evening of elegance, sophistication and biting wit. This musical celebration of love is a spinning merry-go-round that will capture the heart.
The Winners of 2018
Many of our actors wrote or were involved in developing works-in-progress that were shown as part of Scene and Heard Festival in Smock Alley Theatre over February and March 2018. Here's the selection:
Sally Denver Matthews, written and performed by ReActor Gilly O Shea premiered at the First Fortnight Festival 2018, and ran in the New Theatre, Temple Bar in March.
Read more about Gilly's one-woman show here:
Shadaan and Daniel are delighted to be part of
Arambe Productions Presents
FESTABIT - Playwriting and devising workshop
Project Arts Centre. Friday 17th
2.45pm – 5:15 pm: Play reading and discussion
A performance of a rehearsed reading of The Other War by Eritrean playwright Alemseged Tesfai by a multicultural cast: Rosa Bowden, Daniel Costello, Shadaan Felfeli,Geraldine McAlinden, Donna Nikolaisen and Ann Sheehy as directed by Cathy Leeney. Followed by a discussion with Cathy Leeney and Eritrean author, Alemseged Tesfai
ReActor Glynis Casson is starring in two films at the 62nd Cork film festival which runs from November 10-19 this year. On the 10th of November you can see Glynis opposite Dan Stevens in The Man Who Invented Christmas which is the festival's opening Gala film. Then on the 11th at 11:45am you can catch Glynis playing Phyllis in the new Irish short film Bless me father.
Congratulations to member Owen O'Gorman, whose short film won 'The Lion's Share' won runner-up best independent short film at the 8th Underground Cinema International Film Festival last weekend. Owen wrote and directed the short, and was expertly assisted by Padraig Murray as assistant director. Well done to the entire cast and crew!