- Street: Wellington Road
- City or Town: Cork
- Country: Ireland
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- Listed: April 4, 2012 4:09 pm
In July 2002 Jane Mulcahy (Writer/Director/Performer) co-founded Plastic Theatre Company with Keith Alan Seybert (Producer/Set Designer/Sculptor) and staged Michele Celeste’s Guatemalan prison drama Dogs. Sons of Dogs! Murderers!! Fascists!!! at the Granary Theatre.
In October 2002, Jane and Keith moved to Berlin where they lived for two years, during which time Jane penned 7 plays including Murder Monologues and Massaging Moses.
In August 2005 Jane directed the world premiere of her grisly drama, Murder Monologues, at the Old Cork Gaol as part of the Cork 2005 celebrations. Both Jane and Keith also performed in the piece and Keith made a number of sculptural works – glass human skulls – which were lit to dramatic effect in the Gaol.
In April 2009 Jane directed a new cast in Murder Monologues at the Teachers’ Club in Dublin for two weeks. The production returned for 3 performances over Halloween at the Powerscourt Gallery in Dublin.
In November 2009 Jane directed the world premiere of her erotic comedy, Massaging Moses (a play about poetry and erotic massage) at the Teachers’ Club in Dublin.
In January 2010 Jane directed a Rehearsed Reading of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s anti-musical Garbage, the City and Death at the New Theatre in Dublin.
In April 2010 Jane directed William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at Theatre @ 36, Dublin.
In June 2010 Jane directed the Irish premiere of Fassbinder’s Garbage, the City and Death at Smock Alley Boys’ School, Dublin.
In October 2010 Andrew Deering directed Jane Mulcahy’s original play A Date with Mercy at Smock Alley Boys’ School.
In June 2011 Jane co-directed an all-female version of Hamlet at the Pearse Centre with Anarosa De Eizeguirre Butler. She also played the role of Hamlet.
Plastic Productions – Short Films
2006-2011 Jane recently wrote and directed a short movie (11 and 1/2 mins) called Tyranny of Silver for the Attic Film Festival. Since living in Dublin Jane has directed, filmed and acted in a number of 3 minute movies produced over 24 hours for the Fast Forward Film Festival, including Long-distance Calling, there was a genuine fake ONCE, Quiet Night Out and The Strong Silent Type Never Giggles. Some of these short films can be viewed on Youtube.
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