St. Ann’s Warehouse presents
In Association with Gina Moxley & Pan Pan
GINA MOXLEY, LIV O’DONOGHUE, JANE DEASY
JOHN McILDUFF, DIRECTOR
LIV O’DONOGHUE, CHOREOGRAPHY
ANDREW CLANCY, SET DESIGN
SINÉAD WALLACE, LIGHTING DESIGN
SARAH BACON, COSTUME DESIGN
ADAM WELSH, SOUND DESIGN
CONAN McIVOR, AV DESIGN
ANTHONY HANLEY, PRODUCTION MANAGER
FIONA KELLER, STAGE MANAGER
SIMON BURKE, RE-LIGHTER
BRENDAN AANES, DEPUTY SOUND DESIGNER
EMMA COEN, PRODUCER
Run time: 75 minutes, no intermission
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Gina Moxley, Carl Rogers, Fritz Perls, Albert Ellis, and herself
Liv O’Donaghue, Gloria Szymanski
Jane Deasy, Bass Player
Isa Barrett, Sydney Chow, Hannah Nelson, Savannah Ritz, Ella Stoller, Young Women of New York
Jaechelle Johnson, Audio Engineer
Janeill Cooper, Light Board Operator
Josh Northcutt, Stage Crew
Laura Elena Padilla, Tsui-Chu Wang,Kerry Gibbons, Wardrobe
Kwamina Biney, Audio Cover
GINA MOXLEY (WRITER; CARL ROGERS, FRITZ PERLS, ALBERT ELLIS, HERSELF)
Gina Moxley is a Dublin-based actor, writer, and director. She has written and performed for leading Irish and UK companies, recently seen in Beckett’s Endgame at the Gate Theatre, directed by Danya Taymor. She has performed in New York several times with Pan Pan and Dead Centre. The Patient Gloria premiered at The Abbey Theatre as part of Dublin Theatre Festival in 2018. At the Edinburgh Fringe in 2019, it won the Fringe First and Herald Angel Awards. In 2020, Gina was elected to Aosdána, an affiliation of artists whose work has made an outstanding contribution to the creative arts in Ireland.
LIV O’DONOGHUE (CHOREOGRAPHER, GLORIA)
Liv O’Donoghue is an actor and dancer based in Dublin. Over the past 15 years, she has worked predominantly as a performer for the stage, touring throughout Europe, the US, China, and Australia, with companies including the Abbey Theatre, Irish National Opera, Liz Roche Company, Irish Modern Dance Theatre, and United Fall, among others. She most recently appeared in Dead Centre’s hugely successful Good Sex as part of Dublin Theatre Festival. Latest film work includes Hard Rain (directed by José Miguel Jiménez); The House Fell (directed by Maeve Stone); and Closer, Näher (directed by Alan Gilsenan). Previous film work also includes I’m Roger Casement (directed by Emmy Award-winner Dearbhla Walsh) and Motion Sickness (directed by John McIlduff).
JANE DEASY (BASS PLAYER)
Jane Deasy is a composer and performer working in the field of electronic and electroacoustic music, theatre, and multimedia. She is associated with cassette label Fort Evil Fruit, on which she has released two tapes: Notes from the Bath (2020) and Mouth of the Sound (2022). Her latest work ‘Opening Night’ premiered at Dublin Fringe Festival this year and won the award for Best Design.
JOHN MCILDUFF (DIRECTOR)
John McIlduff is a writer, stage director, and filmmaker. Originally from Belfast, he trained at Ecole Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris. He is co-founder and co-artistic director of Dumbworld and was recently appointed Creative Programme Lead for Belfast Imagining 2024. Recent projects include the street art operas The Scorched Earth Trilogy in association with Irish National Opera, a web-based operatic experience Fatal System Error with the Royal Opera House, and the upcoming Dumbworld-produced video game A New Topography of Love.
ANDREW CLANCY (SET DESIGN)
Andrew Clancy is a sculptor and set designer. He has designed about thirty stage productions including Pan Pan Theatre’s Deflowerfucked, Mac-Beth 7, One – Healing with Theatre, Oedipus Loves You, The Idiots and Embers (Irish Times Theatre Award Best Set Design, 2014). Other work for theatre includes Dead Centre Theatre Company’s Souvenir, Lippy, Chekhov’s First Play, Hamnet, and Beckett’s Room; Barnstorm’s Jack, Monday’s Child, The Messenger, Barney Carey, and The Boy with the Suitcase; The Patient Gloria, and In Vena Cava for Ella Clarke Choreography; Collapsing Horse’s A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings; and Dan Colley’s Lost Lear.
SINÉAD WALLACE (LIGHTING DESIGN)
Sinéad Wallace works as a lighting designer for Theatre, Opera, and dance throughout Ireland. She has received Irish Times Theatre Awards for Best Lighting three times between 2007 and 2010. Sinéad’s recent lighting designs include iGirl (Abbey Theatre), The Lighthouse, Least Like The Other (Irish National Opera), and In Middletown (Gate Theatre). She has worked extensively for The Abbey Theatre, Corn Exchange, and Irish National Opera, as well as for Liz Roche Company, Siren Productions, and The Emergency Room. Sinéad is resident Lighting Designer at The Lir Academy, leading the Lighting Design module for the Master’s in Stage Design program.
SARAH BACON (COSTUME DESIGN)
Sarah Bacon, a Dubliner, trained in the Motley Theatre Design Course in London, having previously studied 3D Design at Brighton University. In 2010, she was a Linbury Prize Finalist and exhibited her work at the National Theatre, London. She designs sets and costumes for theatre, opera, dance, and film. Recent work includes Luck Just Kissed You Hello at the Peacock, Dublin; production design on Irish National Opera’s 20 Shots of Opera (filmed in the Gaiety Theatre, Nov 2020); Escape from The Seraglio (INO); What did I Miss? (The Ark); Drama at Inish, City Song, (Winner 2019 Irish Times Theatre Award, Set Design), Anna Karenina, The Shadow of a Gunman (Winner 2016 Irish Times Theatre Award, Set Design) (Abbey Theatre); Beginning /The Children, Assassins (The Gate Theatre, Dublin); Hecuba, Melt, The Effect, Everything Between Us (Rough Magic); The Water Orchard (Collapsing Horse); Tina’s Idea of Fun (Peacock Theatre). Costume designs include The Wake (The Abbey) Look Back in Anger (The Gate), The Patient Gloria (The Peacock) The Rehearsal: Playing The Dane (Pan Pan). She designed the Shortworks at the Wexford Festival Opera for 4 seasons between 2008 and 2013.
ADAM WELSH (SOUND DESIGN)
Adam Welsh is a writer, director, and sound designer. He is a co-founder and associate artist of Dead Centre, the theatre company behind Lippy. Dead Centre has received international acclaim for their work and is the recipient of two Irish Times Theatre Awards, a Fringe First, a Herald Angel, a Total Theatre Award ,and an OBIE award. Adam was nominated for an Irish Times Theatre Award for his sound design work with the company. Writer/director credits include There but for the grace of God go I (Camden People’s Theatre, Soho Theatre, ARC Stockton) and No Future (CPT, Shoreditch Town Hall). Organizations he has worked with include The National Theatre, Young Vic, Headlong, The Yard, Barbican, Schaubühne, Druid, Sage Gateshead, BAC, and Lincoln Center NYC.
CONAN MCIVOR (AV DESIGN)
Conan McIvor is a filmmaker, theatre-maker, and video artist who creates experimental films, drama shorts, site-specific installations, immersive environments, and large-scale outdoor video projections, in addition to moving-image design for both theatre and live performance. His work has been shown at gallery spaces, international film festivals, national theatres, off-Broadway, on national television, and is held as part of the Arts Council NI’s permanent collection. Recent video design includes Belfast Ensemble’s Propaganda at The Lyric Theatre Belfast and RTÉ Concert Orchestra performing Leonard Cohen at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre Dublin. Upcoming productions include Belfast Ensemble’s Abomination at Southbank Centre London.
FIONA KELLER (STAGE MANAGER)
Fiona Keller has worked extensively as a stage manager across Ireland. Previous credits include Night Dances and Birdboy (United Fall); WAKE, Where We Live 2018, and the ill-fated WWL2 in 2020 (THISISPOPBABY); The Patient Gloria (Gina Moxley and Pan Pan at the Abbey Theatre); Medea (Gate Theatre); It was easy (in the end) (THEATREclub and Abbey Theatre); Chekhov’s First Play and Lippy (Dead Centre); This Beach (Brokentalkers); Alive! Awake! and The Summoning (Macnas). She has worked extensively with ANU Productions on shows including The Lost O’Casey, Sunder, Vardo, Thirteen, Boys of Foley Street and These Rooms (CoisCéim and ANU), and with Kilkenny Arts Festival as a Venue Production Manager.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Joseph S. Steinberg, Chairman
Susan Feldman, President /Artistic Director
David Belt, Vice Chair
Chad Dickerson, Vice Chair
Andrew Foote, Treasurer
Thomas H. French, Secretary
Kay Ellen Consolver
Elizabeth B. Gormley
Henry B. Gutman
Diane L. Max
Anthony D. Schlesinger
Jolie Curtsinger Schwartz
Aliana B. Spungen
David C. Walentas
Susan Feldman, Artistic Director
Erik Wallin, General Manager & Vice President
Glenn Stiskal, Vice President of Advancement
Marilynn Donini, Director of External Affairs
Lianna Portnoy, Director of Finance
Jim Findlay, Director of Production and Operations
Torrence Browne, Director of Marketing
John Mosele, Technical Director
Gwendolyn Dunaif, Institutional Giving Manager
Beth Richter, Individual Giving Manager
Kelvin Veras, Ticketing & Box Office Manager
Gabi Janssen, Administrative and Accounting Associate
Sarah Peterson, Production Manager
Alex Taylor, Lighting Supervisor
Joemca, Sound & Video Supervisor
Britney Polites Gordon, Associate General Manager
J. Alex Mathews, Company Manager
Jorge Castillo, Facilities Manager
David Colon Jr., Facilities Assistant
Summer Gan, House Manager
Bear, Head of Security
FRONT OF HOUSE
Jackie Abhulimen, Jessica Bathurst, Joshua Bloom, Jimmy Bontatibus, Brandon Cobalt, Domenick Danza, Mikayla Duran, Julia Ecock, Diane Grant, Samantha Heller, Connor Nelis Johnson, Leda Koutsodaskalou, Emily LaRosa, Natalina Lopez, Erin Mahoney, Jake Mierva, Alexandra Nedved, Nikolas Pagan, Regina Pearsall, Gabrielle Piacentile, Olivia Songer, Cindy Trickel, Diana Zuluaga
Elena Freck, Cora Katz, Kyle Milner
Broderick Ballantyne, Kwamina Biney, Meredith Boggia, Brandon Brumm, Gylanni Carrington, Noah Chartrand, Stephen Christensen Janeill Cooper, Tony Crawford, Jimmy Dewhurst, Malcom English, Scott Fetterman, Curtis Gillen, Frank Hartley, Ryan Gamblin, Taylor Hollister, Jaechelle Johnson, Art Kopischke, Emily Kopaskie, Joe Laureiro, Alex Loving, Justin Maldonado, Rose Menkins, Isaiah Middleton, Josh Northcutt, Samy Ravs, Ashur Rayis, Cody Richardson, Persephone Squires
Publicity Blake Zidell and Associates
Marketing and Graphic Design F.Y. Eye: Jessica Toledano, Andrea Wilson, Lenah Barge, Jackie Banyon
Public Affairs Consultant Samara Daly
Legal Willkie, Farr & Gallagher: Thomas H. French
Legal Alexander P. Hartnett, Esq.
Accountants Lutz & Carr
House Photography Teddy Wolff
Videography Leon Lutgenhorst
Immigration CoveyLaw: Matthew Covey, David Amar, Will Spitz, Ginny Nunez, Brian Zabinski
Pan Pan was founded in 1993 by Co-Artistic Directors Aedín Cosgrove and Gavin Quinn. The company has created 50 new theatre and performance pieces, touring its work to the most prestigious festivals and venues worldwide, including BAM, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, the Barbican, Hau Berlin, NCPA Beijing, and the Sydney and Melbourne Festivals. Pan Pan has received multiple national and international awards, including the Herald Angel Award at the Edinburgh International Festival.
Since its inception, Pan Pan has consistently examined and challenged the nature of its work and has resisted settling into well-tried formulas. Developing new performance ideas is at the center of the company’s mission, which is born from a desire to be individual and provide innovation in the development of theatre art. All the works created are original, either through the writing (original plays), or through an idiosyncratic response to established writings. Pan Pan tries to approach theatre as an open form of expression and has developed an individual aesthetic that has grown from making performances in a host of different situations and conditions. The theatre that Pan Pan creates is of a contemporary attitude.
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Marketing Hillary Dziminski
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