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Six directors. Three counties. One company.
BrokenCrow is a place where six artistic directors come to play, learn and collaborate.
We are writers, designers, performers and stage directors. BrokenCrow is a place for us to support and challenge each other. It is a place for new ideas to be nurtured and developed. It is an ambitious production company fueled by the joy and possibilities of collaboration.
We aim to create work that is not only as diverse as our members but professional, audience focused and creatively ambitious.
We have directors based in Cork, Waterford and Kilkenny.
BrokenCrow Theatre Company is Deirdre Dwyer, Ronan FitzGibbon, George Hanover, Gavin McEntee, Rosie O’Regan and Aideen Wylde.
BrokenCrow are currently the Theatre Company in Residence at Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford.
Monday to Saturday 8:30am - 10:00pm
Sunday 10:00am - 6:00pm
MEET THE TEAM
...is a playwright and stage designer, based in Tramore, Co. Waterford. He founded BrokenCrow Theatre Company in 2011. His plays have toured nationally, including a sell-out run on The Abbey’s Peacock Stage with Our Tethered Kin. In 2016, he co-founded A Little Room (Theatre Development Centre) in Waterford with Nicholas Kavanagh which he still runs.
He lives by the sea with his wife and four kids and a dog. He’s mad for the chats, sitting around fires and singing songs.
...writes, directs and produces theatre, with a special focus on work for children. She also designs sets and costumes for theatre, opera, dance and film. She lives in Waterford, where she was first introduced to theatre and the arts as a teenager, and she went on to study Drama at UCC and Theatre Design in RWCMD, Cardiff. When not working, she can be often found in the kitchen, the garden or by the sea.
...is a director , writer, performer, production manager and a graduate of Drama and Theatre studies at UCC. He trained in Physical theatre and Circus Circomedia, Bristol.
Gavin recently worked as Co-Director on Ronan Fitzgibbon’s 'Our Tethered Kin'.
This June BrokenCrow will premiere his new play The Settling at Cork Midsummer Festival. The play examines grief, guilt, madness and the aftermath of the Mother and Baby Homes.
...is an actor, writer and researcher with a PhD specialism in ethnodrama. Her next play, FOUND, is commissioned by the Arts Council of Ireland. The play is inspired by her personal connection to the province of Newfoundland and her late father Donal Wylde’s documentary work there. Her first solo work, Levin & Levin, premiered in Cork and Dublin in 2017.
Aideen has trained with The Corn Exchange, at The Actor’s Space in Barcelona, and at the Grotowski Institute in Wrocław.
...is an award winning actor and has been with BrokenCrow since its inception. She is currently Director of BEAG Early Years Arts Programme and is an early years artist in her own right. She continues to train & work with Tom Kibbe: Techniques on Modern Realist Acting and is developing a collective to harness this work and bring productions to fruition.
...is an awarded actor with a background in dance and art. She has a passion for poetry and loves to explore cross disciplinary ways of creating and collaborating. She is coached by Tom Kibbe in Techniques of Modern Realist Acting and attends classes at Dance Cork Firkin. Rosie is on the board of ÓBhéal and is a member of Outlaw Studio. Essentially, Rosie likes to make it up as she goes.
For its first few years, BrokenCrow had an ever-changing Ensemble. These Crows helped to shape the way we work, think and make. Thanks for playing Julie Kelleher, Eadaoin O’Donoghue, Paula McGlinchey, Frank Prendergast, Jon Whitty, Tadhgh Hickey, Kate FitzGerald, Chris Schmidt-Martin, Ciaran Ruby, Mark D’Aughton, Mary-Lou McCarthy, Damian Punch and Maria Moynihan.
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