Two episodes of Quantico 3 are being filmed here in Dublin. Glen Barry, Art Kearns and Rex Ryan are cast in the ‘Irish Episodes’.
They will be joining the lovely Priyanka Chopra and the rest of the cast.
The new four part web series ‘SUCKING DIESEL’ will be coming out on Youtube this April.
To subscribe: https://bit.ly/2DNmQTg
Director/writer Maurice O’Carroll is developing it into a 6 part TV Series.
Cast in the lead is Eddie Jackson. Heavily supported by Sinead O’Riordan, Ben Condron with appearances from Michael O’Kelly and Degnan Geraghty.
The Lodgers is a gothic supernatural thriller about an orphaned twin who fights to free herself from a horrid, long-held family curse.
It goes on general release on 23 February and you can catch Brendan O’Rourke in it. It has been very successful on the festival circuit up to now and won an IFTA for special effects.
Alex Cusack Management is delighted to announce taking on two creatives. Musician, Singer, Composer SEAN MILLAR and Director, Writer and Dramaturg PETER REID.
“A national treasure” the irish times
“Irelands greatest lyricist” the RTE guide
Sean Millar is a musician from Dublin. He works in three areas : as a
recording and performing artist, as a composer for theatre – and as an Artist/
facilitator in community based creativity, music and education
In 1995, Sean was nominated solo performer of the year at The Heineken Hotpress Awards.
All his solo albums have had critical acclaim and have received top star ratings. He has performed in Ireland, UK, Europe, USA and Canada. His songs have been sung by Jack L, Camille O’Sullivan, Tom Dunne, Gavin Friday.
He is also a composer for theatre and he has gained widespread international acclaim for his work on Silver Starts (author/composer) and The Blue Boy (Composer) that both toured the world to rave reviews and international acclaim.
He regularly works with Brokentalkers and has worked with Theatreclub.
He also uses his skills and talents to collaborate with communities and helping to create ongoing music programs.
Peter has been directing theatre for the past twenty years. His main focus has been on the works of Beckett, Pinter and Shakespeare. He has also worked with new playwrights and acted as dramaturg as well.
He is the artistic director of AC Productions and his production of WAITING FOR GODOT recently played three weeks at The Arts Theatre, West End to great reviews.
He has also adapted and staged CYCLOPS (from James Joyce’s Ulysses), DESIRE (based on Tolstoy’s short story ‘The Devil’) and he is currently writing The Hypochondriac to make up his Moliere trilogy, having staged The School for Wives and The Misanthrope.
The Man Who Invented Christmas opens this November at The Cork Film Festival and then is on General release, ready for Christmas.
Eddie Jackson, Mark Schrier and Degnan Geraghty worked alongside Christopher Plummer, Jonathan Pryce and Dan Stevens on this seasonal movie that was shot in Dublin last December.
Michael Patrick has written this one man show My Left Nut which he also performs at This year’s Dublin Fringe Festival.
It is part of Fishamble’s Show in a Bag scheme which plays at Bewleys Theatre from 11th – 23rd September
… Also in the fringe is Clodagh Mooney Duggan in THESE LIGHTS from 13th – 16th September at The Lir.
If you’re in Edinburgh this year, you can catch Annette Flynn in The Sweet Science at St Columbas near The Castle.
This year, Amy Joyce Hastings directed the short QED which was accepted at the 29th Galway Film Fleadh this year.
This also starts two other clients, Michael O’Kelly and Charlene Gleeson.
Good luck to them all…
Interview with Amy Joyce:
In the meantime Sanctuary is in the cinemas now with Amy Joyce Hastings
Edel Murphy will be spending the summer at The Gaiety Theatre playing the Soprano soloist in Riverdance.
Conor Gormally has been rehearsing Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman which opens at The Gielgud Theatre in London’s West End on 29th July.
He is understudying and playing ensemble.
If you watch Ripper Street on BBC for the moment you will catch both Paul Elliot and Eddie Jackson. Paul plays one of the police men in a couple of episodes and Eddie plays Mr Sparks.
Here is an interview with Eddie where he talks about Ripper Street.
Grace Fitzgerald will be appearing in Moliere’s The Misanthrope produced by 13 Spanner, written and directed by Peter Reid at The Viking Theatre, The Sheds, Clontarf until April 22nd 2017. This is a re-run after a hugely successful run at The New Theatre last year.
(With Sorcha Furlong who plays Celimene)
ART KEARNS will be appearing in All That We Found Here by Donagh Humphries at The New Theatre from 3rd April – 15th April 2017.
The estranged daughter of an exiled property tycoon returns to the family mansion on Ailesbury road.
A gang of handymen-cum-gangsters also have designs on the house and its contents.
Their paths are inexorably destined to cross and their histories are tragically interwoven.
A play about class, power and the nature of the social contract.
He has been in the show since the end of December 2016 and is another fun addition to the team.
Charlene Gleeson will be appearing in Fair City soon too. She has finished shooting so we should be seeing her on our screens before the end of the year.
Eddie Jackson has joined the cast of RTE’s Acceptable risk, filming alongside Elaine Cassidy who stars. This six part thriller set in Dublin. This has been written by Ron Hutchinson,an Emmy award winning LA screen writer.
Brahm Gallagher will be appearing in two episodes of RTE’s new drama “Striking Out” . He will be joining Amy Hubermann and Rory Keenan on this project which is due to come out some time near the end of the year
Update – post show, Brahm has caused a bit of a stir… as The ‘ridey’ Barrista, Pete..
Both Emma Willis and Eddie Jackson are currently filming the New American Pilot, ‘DAWN’ which is filming up and around Ardmore Studios.
This series goes back in time to prehistoric earth. Set on an epic scale, Dawn follows a tribe of Neanderthals as they struggle to survive and hold on to their way of life after coming into contact with a family of Homo Sapiens. At the intersection of evolution and genocide, Dawn asks the fundamental question, what does it mean to be human?
Both Rex Ryan, Kathleen Warner Yeates and Grace Fitzgerald are appearing in AC Productions’ adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet directed by Peter Reid at The New Theatre.
Rex plays the title role, Kathleen plays his mother, Gertude and Grace plays Ophelia.
Hamlet runs from 11 – 23rd April 2016 at The New Theatre at 7.30pm.
This is not a schools show!