Cast: Anne Gill, Barry Morgan, Eddie Murphy, Ste Murray, Camille Lucy Ross
Dan Bergin – director, writer
Zia Holly – set and lightning designer
Cait Corkery – costume designer
Margaret-Ellen Donovan – assistant lightning designer
Eoin Kilkenny – production manager
Joanna Crawley – producer
Robert Semple – graphic designer
Ste Murray – photos
Dr. Dan Bergin – creator
Dr. Dan Bergin is a videogame producer and theatre director currently working with Irish games studio SixMinute. Dan received his PhD from Trinity College Dublin, where he researched the interaction between computer gaming and live performance. In addition to his work with SixMinute, Dan has also run a large open-format arts festival (10 Days in Dublin), and most recently has begun creating ‘Live Point-and-Click Adventure Games’ as a means of combining his two greatest passions. You can reach him on twitter @danyoutohell. He would love to talk to you.
Anne Gill – performer
Anne’s recent Stage Credits Include: FUSED (Finge Festival 2014), Anna in Between (Pillowtalk Theatre Co), Travesties (Rough Magic), The Fever (98.6), Durang Durang (Brazen Tales Theatre Company, 2011 and 2012), Jumping Off the Earth (Rough Magic SEEDS Showcase) Recent Film and TV: Quirke (BBC/Element Pictures), Limp (Crooked Creations). Anne is a voice over artist and voices audio books, including Set to Serve and Eve Hallows and the Book of Shrieks. Anne has an improve radio show, Trivial Cahoots, on radiomade.ie weekly. She attended RADA and Kings College London MA programme where she graduated with honours.
Ste Murray – performer
Ste’s most recent work includes ‘Tales from Briar Hall’ at Theatre Upstairs, ‘The Waiting Room’ in Civic Theatre, and ‘Narf!’ with WeGetHighOnThis. He features in a web-series called ‘The Goo’, playing the part of Baby Goo. He is a three time nominated Best Actor in the Irish Student Drama Awards. Previous productions with UCD Dramsoc include Macbeth, Terminus, Breathing Corpses, A Whistle in the Dark, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, 12 Angry Men, Sluts, Hamlet and The Billy Goats of Glenview Park. When he’s not treading the boards is also a photographer and designer at www.ste.ie
Barry Morgan – performer
Barry Morgan is a fan of Theatre, Games and Dan Bergin, so this gig was a no brainer. Barry recently appeared in ‘BLAST’, another live point and click adventure directed by Dan Bergin, which proves that he really is just a one trick pony.
When not being hired by Dan, Barry can be found working as a drama facilitator with groups from all over the country on topics as diverse as Shakespeare, Stage Combat, Masks and Dan Bergin.
He is currently reading the first part of Stephen Fry’s autobiography and would quite like the other two parts for Christmas…Mam!
Camille Lucy Ross – performer
Camille is Artistic Director of Brazen Tales Theatre company and is currently developing her own one woman show, PAMTALKS -a part theatre, part stand-up comedy show which, is due to be staged in 2015.
Theatre credits include The Angel of Woolich (Anna Sheils McNamee/Collaborations festival ’14), Always Alone Together (Game Theory/Collaborations’14), Animus (devised with Denis Clohessy & Noelia Ruiz/Dublin Fringe ’13) The Lesson (Zoe Reardon/Project Arts Centre), Monster Clock (Collapsing Horse),Travesties (Rough Magic), Anna in Between (Pillowtalk/ nominated for Best Female performer),A Christmas Wish (Boil in the Bag),Pocket Music (Little Gem Award,Fringe 2011),We are all in the Gutter with (Case Study),Richard III, Twelfth Night (Fast & Loose); A Christmas Carol (The Gate); Serious Money (Rough Magic SEEDS); Spartacus, War of the Roses (Whiplash Productions); When the Hunter Returns(Quare Hawks).
TV & Film credits include: Callan’s Kicks (Catchy Title/RTE), Several sketches for Republic of Telly (Shane Mulvey/RTE) Going Down (James Cotter/Vico Films), The Rafters (John Carney/Warehouse) and Hubble(RTE Junior).
Eddie Murphy – performer
A graduate of D.I.T.’s Drama and Performance degree program, Eddie has since worked on numerous productions in Kilkenny and Dublin. His recent credits include Some Flood, which played this years Tiger Dublin Fringe at the Boys School Smock Alley. He has worked extensively with The Devious Theatre Company with notable roles being Ben in Night Of The Living Dead, Peter – Stags and Hens, Stephano in their version of The Tempest as part of the Text|Messages 2012, Project Arts Centre. Other credits include Macheath in The Threepenny Opera (Smock Alley/DIT), Napoleon – Animal Farm, Bassanio – The Merchant Of Venice, and Benvolio – Romeo & Juliet.
Currently, Eddie is enrolled in The Programme for Screen Acting at Bow Street (formerly The Factory) and will soon be appearing in Black Sheep Productions Ctrl.Alt.Del for RTEs Storyland series.
Cait Corkery – set designer
Cait is currently working as SEEDS designer (Set and Costume design) for 2014/15 with Rough Magic. She graduated from IADT, Design for Stage and Screen in 2014, where she specialised in Production Design. During this time, she had worked in various areas of design for film, television and theatre.
Theatre design credits include “Macbeth” (Fast Intent, Smock Alley Boys School), “Snow Angels” (Rosemary McKenna, Project Arts Theatre), “The Soldier’s Tale” (Ensemble Music, Smock Alley).
She has worked as a design assistant with “ The Rise and Fall of Mahagonny” (Rough Magic/Opera Theatre Company, Olympia) and the Abbey Theatre’s production of “16 Possible Glimpses” in the Peacock Theatre.
Eoin Kilkenny – production manager
Eoin is a freelance Project and Production Manager. He trained as a production manager through the Rough Magic SEEDs programme, working on their productions in Dublin, Belfast and London culminating in a rep presentation of Serious Money and Dying City at Project Arts Centre. Since then he has worked as a freelance tour and production manager. He spent three years at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh for the Festival Fringe as well as working in venues and festivals across Ireland and UK such as Abbey Theatre and National Concert Hall. More recently he was Artist Liaison Assistant for ABSOLUT Fringe and Hub Producer for London International Festival of Theatre. Eoin is a product of UCD Dramsoc and has completed a MA in Producing at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Zia Holly – set and lighting designer
Zia is a freelance lighting and set designer based in Dublin. She is a B.A. graduate of Drama and Theatre Studies in Trinity College Dublin and a recent graduate of the Rough Magic SEEDS Programme 2012-2013. Her work has included designs for performances as part of the Dublin Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe, Kilkenny Arts and 10 Days In Dublin festivals, as well as assistant design credits for performances on the West End and in the Dublin and Belfast Theatre Festivals. You can find more examples of her work at www.ziaholly.com
Recent design credits include: ‘On The Wire’ (Wildebeest Theatre), ‘Mavericks’ (Mavericks Theatre), ‘Reckoners’ (15th Oak), ‘Night’ (Hilary Woods), ‘Everlasting Voices’ (Guthanna Binne Síoraí), ‘The Last 5 Years’ (Trees Rd Productions), ‘The Separation’ (Pixilated), ‘Flesh and Blood Women’ (Green Shoot Productions), ‘Assassins’, ‘Way to Heaven’ (Rough Magic), ‘LAMBO’, ‘Clear_the_Air’ (Underscore_Productions), ‘HUMAN CHILD’ (Collapsing Horse), ‘BROADENING’ (Glass Doll) (Nominated for Best Design at the Dublin Absolut Fringe Awards 2012).
Joanna Crawley – producer
Joanna is a producer, translator, dramaturg and a former chief theatre critic, reporter and columnist for Gazeta Wyborcza, the leading newspaper in Poland. Honored with ASSITEJ Award for Excellence in Criticism. She was a juror, selector and co-organizer of Polish and international festivals. Now based in Ireland, she has translated several Irish plays into Polish (including the work of Simon Doyle and Gavin Quinn, Deirdre Kinahan, Amy Conroy, Tom Murphy, Owen McCafferty). She was also a dramaturg for Rough Magic SEEDS production of Way to Heaven and Snow Angels. She produced dr Niamh Shaw’s To SPACE and (A)pollonia – New Plays From Poland for the Dublin Theatre Festival. She lectures at University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw.