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July 11- August 10, 2019

Old Fitz Theatre

By Martin McDonagh

Directed by Claudia Barrie


Set on a remote island off the west coast of Ireland in 1934, this is a strange comic tale in the great tradition of Irish storytelling. As word arrives on Inishmaan that the Hollywood director Robert Flaherty is coming to the neighboring island of Inishmore to film Man of Aran, the one person who wants to be in the film more than anybody is young Billy Claven, if only to break away from the bitter cruelty and tedium of his daily life. 


★★★★ -Sydney Morning Herald

★★★★ -Stage Noise

★★★★ -The Music

★★★★ -Reviews by Judith

“★★★★ - The Guardian

“Layered with malice and kindness, truth and conjecture, and all the mixed motives that make human beings such endlessly intriguing subjects of speculation.” - The New York Times


Written by Martin McDonagh

Directed by Claudia Barrie

Produced by Mad March Hare Theatre Company in association with Red Line Productions

Lighting Design:Benjamin Brockman/ Voice Dialect Coach: Amanda Stephens-Lee / Production Design: Brianna Russell Assistant Director: Alex Bryant-Smith/ Costume Designer: Emily Brayshaw Costume Supervior: Sue Bateman / Sound Designer: Kailesh Reitmans / Accessibility Co-ordinator: Shondelle PrattPublicity & Production Photography: Marnya Rothe

CASTJosh Anderson, Sarah Aubrey, Alex Bryant-SmithLaurence Coy, Jude Gibson, John Harding, Jane Watt and William Rees


McDonagh's…comic talent appears unlimited... he has a way…of mixing up his humour with a touch of the poet and a profound sense of tragedy always dangerously lurking on comedy's untidy fringe... a playwright to reckon with…" -NY Post.

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