Best Actress: Sinéad Cusack as Margaret in Our Few and Evil Days, written and directed by Mark O’Rowe for the Abbey Theatre.Best Actor: Lewis J Stadlen as Solomon in The Price, written by Arthur Miller, directed by Doug Hughes for the Gate Theatre.Here's the extra content you can expect to find on the discs: Pennywise Lives! Discover how Bill Skarsgård prepared to portray the primordial creature known as the Eater of Worlds, Eater of Children and the Eternal Child.The Losers’ Club: Get up close and personal with the teenage stars of as they bond together during the production, brave their deepest fears and come face-to-face with the demonic Pennywise.
“I suspect what he wants is to see the words ‘Kilkenny festival’ in print.” In Kilkenny, the actor will be performing an abridged version of the long love letter written by the playwright while in prison for homosexuality.…
The Ballyturk Group at The Irish Times Theatre Awards: Clive Welsh, Teho Teardo, John Crumlish, Eamonn Fox, Sophie Flynn, Anne Clarke, Paul Fahy, Stephen Rea, Tom Rohan, Helen Atkinson, Jamie Vartan and Val Sherlock. The awards celebrated the best of professional theatre in 2014.
“I suppose it’s the extraordinary collaboration between him and Brian Friel with the Field Day Theatre Company that is something that we should really pay huge tribute to because it was an amazing achievement of creative collaboration,” said Cusack, who was Rea’s classmate at the Abbey Theatre School.
Actually, I am surprised he agreed to do it at all. Oscar Wilde’s De Profundis, the show he is here to promote, sold out almost immediately.
He does interviews because people cajole him into them.