GLASS MASK THEATRE
Dublin based theatre company directed by Rex Ryan, committed to the work of exceptional Irish and International playwrights.
Their ﬁrst season, ‘The Price Of Life’, will consist of three plays by acclaimed Irish Playwright Jimmy Murphy, including two world premieres, intensely brought to life by the company.
Glass Mask Theatre commit to presenting plays that thrill our audiences. Electric Theatre. We commit to the playwright and will stage work, new and classic, from Irish and International playwrights who possess a fire and commitment to the stage.
Revenge started a gangland tragedy. Now only sacrifice can finish it.
Dublin 2018 – After a bitter gangland feud between two childhood friends has reached a deadly impasse, only a terrifying sacriﬁce can end the bloodshed.
29 Jul – 11 Aug | 8pm | Sat Matinees 2pm | Boys’ School
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: Rex Ryan
Artistic Director and Associate Actor at Glass Mask Theatre.
Rex founded Glass Mask Theatre to bring stories to life that speak intensely and passionately to the times we live in.
Rex is a Director for The Gaiety School of Acting as well as a freelance Director.
Rex has acted extensively nationally and internationally.
PRODUCER: Mags Keohane
Mags is the producer at Glass Mask Theatre.
An engineer graduate, Mags is a director and producer who has worked extensively around Ireland with numerous companies including Corcadorca in Cork and production work at The Cork Midsummer festival with Spliced.
ASSOCIATE PLAYWRIGHT: Jimmy Murphy
Jimmy is Associate writer with Glass Mask Theatre.
One of the most powerful and probing playwrights of his generation, Jimmy has written extensively for The Abbey Theatre and his play are revived nationally and internationally.
He was the winner of the best new play award from The Irish Times for ‘ Brothers of The Brush ‘.
LITERARY MANAGER: Migle Ryan
Migle Ryan is the literary manager at Glass Mask Theatre.
She will facilitate a playwriting mentorship scheme as part of our residency with Smock Alley and Jimmy Murphy in 2018.
ASSOCIATE ACTORS: Ruairi Heading
Ruairi is an associate Actor at Glass Mask Theatre.
He has created compelling characters across numerous stages around Ireland including our national theatre.
Rise Productions are an award-winning Irish theatre company, telling stories across various platforms and media.
Their debut show Fight Night won both the Best Actor and the Bewley’s Little Gem award at the Dublin Fringe Festival in 2010, and was nominated for Best New Play at the Irish Times Theatre Awards 2012.
In November 2011, Rise Productions unleashed its groundbreaking Irish Theatre Podcast on an unsuspecting public. For 52 weeks straight, the series sought to “support, promote, and celebrate all that’s great about Irish Theatre.” These weekly conversations granted unprecedented access to some of the most influential figure in Irish Theatre, creating the most comprehensive archive of Irish Theatrical voices ever compiled.
The Good Father
2017 saw a return to touring for Rise Productions, with Christian O’Reilly’s The Good Father selling out venues nationwide and receiving rave reviews.
“Breathtakingly Brilliant – Not to be missed” – The Arts Review ★★★★
“Perfectly pitched, sensitive and powerful. Never puts a foot wrong. This is a thoroughly enjoyable evening at the theatre” – Sunday Independent
“Two winning performances – catch it if you can.”– Sunday Business Post ★★★★
The Good Father ran in Smock Alley Main Space 10 -16 July 2018.
tonnta is a music company and vocal ensemble dedicated to new music.
Led by vocalist and composer Robbie Blake, tonnta champions interdisciplinary creation of music performance
tonnta’s sound is vibrant and dynamic and its work brushes against the worlds of contemporary dance, theatre and live art.
tonnta believes in creating experiences for all. We prioritise making performances and events that are fully accessible.
Led by director and co-composer Peter Power, In Clouds saw an award-winning group of artists come together to create a unique site-specific piece in Triskel Christchurch in June 2018 as part of the Cork Midsummer Festival.
This new immersive musical experience invited you, alongside the artists, to examine the human struggle to encompass and understand scientific theory, natural phenomena and human behaviour.