Here is some more information about the artists involved in this project
Rachel mae brady (writer and performer)
Rachel Mae Brady is a Dublin born theatre maker and film and TV actress. She has appeared in the Tudors, Vikings, Camelot, feature film Christmas Perfection (due for release in 2018) and the short film 'Mirrorman' (Official Selection, Cannes Film Festival 2011). She has worked with several Dublin and UK based theatre companies and venues including Easka Riada, Smock Alley Theatre, The New Theatre, UnderConstruction Theatre, Creation Theatre, The Pegasus Theatre, Old Fire Station and Mill Arts Centre. Wolf Tamer is her first solo project.
Reviews for Rachel's work:
Alice (Creation Theatre)
'played brilliantly by Rachel-Mae Brady as the wide-eyed and innocent, yet determined young woman’ (Oxford Times)
‘Rachel-Mae Brady makes for an engaging Alice, poised agonisingly between childhood and teenagerdom’ (The Guardian)
Antigona & Me (Old Fire Station)
‘Rachel-Mae Brady's Clanchy was cool and thoughtful – a perfect foil until roused to fury and recriminations.’ (Daily Info)
JOY FORSYTHE (DIRECTOR)
Joy Forsythe is a director and theatre maker. Most recently she directed Nellie Limelight and the Oysters of Time (Theatre Royal Brighton) ***** Brighton & Hove News **** The Argus. She has also directed Between The Lines (Smock Alley Dublin), Spreading Her Thinly (Theatre Royal Bath). She has also run several play making workshops at Theatre Royal Brighton. Joy is a founding member of Savage Heart Productions.
EMMA WEBB (MOVEMENT DIRECTOR)
Emma Webb is a director and facilitator with a background in movement working in the UK and abroad. She has worked a s a movement director for Leaning House productions, Human Story Theatre, UnderConstruction Theatre, the Oxford Playhouse and the Old Fire Station/ Crisis.
Emma also creates her own work ranging from choreographic to one woman shows, street performance and theatre based. Most recently Emma developed The Elves and The Shoemaker for Wild Boor productions for younger audiences as well as devising a separate, sensory show for an audience with differing needs