Past Productions

Crooked House Productions


PRODUCTIONS: (IP) = Irish Premiere (WP) = World Premiere


‘Bruised’, a film made in collaboration with Killinarden Community Council Youth Project about one day in the lives of 6 young people dealing with the aftermath of suicide. Directed by Peter Hussey. Filmed by Mo Kadem and Keith Burke.

‘Six Pomegranate Seeds’ – a site-specific performance about austerity and financial crisis, made with young people from Ireland and Greece, and staged in and around the tombs of Ancient Assini, Greece (September 2012). Funded by the EU Youth in Action programme.

‘Re:Location 2012’ – a collaborative site responsive festival with Rogaland Teatrer, Norway, Le Grand Bleu (France), Promote YT (Scotland), Filuren – Teatret i Musikhuset (Denmark), and Theater Bremen (Junge Akteure – die Moks Theaterschule) in Stavanger, Norway (August 2012).


‘Headspace’, devised by the company with young people (non-actors) from Celbridge, Maynooth and Leixlip (Celbridge Mill, Jan). This was a Kildare Youth Services project funded by the HSE.


‘Mouth to Mouth’ by Kevin Elyot (IP) (Project Arts Centre, Aug)


‘Breathing Corpses’ by Laura Wade (IP) (Project Arts Centre, Aug)


‘Down Dangerous Passes Road’ by Michel Marc Bouchard, (IP) (Co-directed with Michele Panella; Crooked House/Tri-boo collaboration: Riverbank / Connolly Theatre, Liberty Hall. May)


‘Room Rage: after Hippolytus Euripides’ (WP) (Dublin Fringe)


‘The Bird Trap’ by Darren Donohue (Riverbank / Project Cube; Sept. ESB Dublin Fringe Festival) (WP)

‘Voices in the Rubble’ by Darren Donohue (Studio Rubin, Prague Fringe; June) (WP)


‘Revelations’ by Darren Donohue (Riverbank / Project, Cube. Sept. ESB Dublin Fringe Festival). (WP)


‘Macbeth’ by William Shakespeare (national tour April-May)

‘Sucking Stones: three plays after Beckett’ (Feb: Riverbank)

‘Three Figures At A Wel’l by Peter Hussey (Feb; Riverbank. Dublin Fringe 2002)


‘Numb: two plays without feeling’ (Oct 2001; Riverbank. Dublin Fringe, Sept)

‘The Crime of the Twenty First Century’ by Edward Bond (April; THEAtre SPACE @ The Mint, Dublin) (WP)


‘Handbag’ by Mark Ravenhill (Crypt Arts Centre, Feb) (IP)

‘H2O’ and ‘Seeing Red’ by Peter Hussey (Dec)


‘Waiting for Margot’ by Peter Hussey (May)

‘Showjumping Barbie’ and ‘Watching Julie Andrews’ by Peter Hussey (Newbridge, Dec)

‘Six Degrees of Separation’ by John Guare (Crypt Arts Centre, Dublin Castle and Irish tou) (IP)


‘The Censor’ by Anthony Neilson (Dublin Fringe Festival: nominated for 2 Culture Ireland Awards) (IP)

‘Cathleen Ni Houlihan’ by WB Yeats (August)


‘Strangers’ by Ken Bourke (Kildare tour summer) (WP)

‘Les Liaisons Dangereuses’ by Christopher Hampton (March)

‘Six Samuel Beckett Shorts’ (May)

‘The Zoo Story’ by Edward Albee (Aug/Nov)

‘The Merchant of Venice’ by Shakespeare (December)


‘The Mai’ by Marina Carr (March)

‘The Birthday Party’ by Harold Pinter (May)

‘Equus’ by Peter Shaffer (October)


‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ by Oscar Wilde (April)

‘What the Butler Saw’ by Joe Orton (June)

‘The House of Bernarda Alba’ by Federico Garcia Lorca (November)


‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ by Edward Albee (Oct)

‘Absent Friends’ by Alan Ayckbourne (March)


‘I Do Not Like Thee, Dr Fell’ (Nov)