Caitriona McLaughlin

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Caitriona McLaughlin

Caitriona is from Donegal and currently divides her time between London, Dublin, Derry and New York. She facilitated the inauguration of the Royal Court, Theatre Local Project and was awarded a Clore Fellowship in 2007. Caitriona has also taught at a number of drama schools including East 15, London and The Lir Dublin, and has been invited several times as a director/dramaturge to LAByrinth Theatre Company’s Summer Intensive in New York.

Credits include: Burial at Thebes (Stage Beyond, Derry), Mozart at Freemasons, (Royal Irish Academy of Music), Crowns on the Wire (Verbal Arts Centre, Derry), Bunny’s Vendetta and The Recruiting Officer (Blue Eagle Productions), Killers & Other Family (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, New York), The Factory Girls (Millennium Forum Theatre), The Wild Duck andJudgement Day (Bard Summerscape NY) On the Subject of Love, Twinkletoes and Romeo and Juliet (Playhouse Theatre, Derry), A Dinner Engagement (Wexford Festival Opera), Irish Blood, English Heart (Trafalgar Studios, London),Bottom of The (Atlantic Theatre Company, New York), Still, the Blackbird Sings (The Project), The Shadow Box (Southwark Playhouse, London), The Importance of Being Earnest, (Thorndyke Theatre) Masks & Faces and Frank Pig says Hello (Finborough Theatre, London), Pete ‘n’ Me (Berwick House Productions/New End Theatre, Hampstead). The New Statesman, Rik Mayall, (Ambassadors Group No.1 Tour).

She has worked extensively on new writing, recent work includes Want Beef? (Abbey Theatre, Dublin). Work with youth and emerging theatre artists includes, director of the board of The Ulster Association of Youth Drama, Youthways YT, Education Director, Theatre Peckham. Work with Judith Weir and Spark Opera Belfast on the development of 2 new operas for young people.

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