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  • (February 2003) : Directed his "Dublin Carol" play (Atlantic Theater Co., New York City, New York, USA).
  • Playwright: This Lime Tree Bower. First performed on the 26 October 1995. Co-Produced by the Fly by Night Theatre Company & Iomha Ildanach.
  • Playwright: The Weir. First performed on the 4 July 1994. Produced by the Royal Court Theatre
  • Playwright: The Stars are Losing their Glory. First Performed on the 1 August 1994. Produced by the Fly by Night Theatre Company.
  • Playwright: The Good Thief. First Performed on 18 April 1994. Produced by the Fly by Night Theatre Company.
  • Playwright: St. Nicholas. First performed on the 19th February 1997. Produced by the Bush Theatre.
  • Playwright: The Shining City. First performed on the 4 June 2004. C0-Produced by the Royal Court Theatre & the Gate Theatre.
  • Playwright: Rum & Vodka. First performed on the 30th August 1994. Produced by the Fly by Night Theatre Company.
  • Playwright: Port Authority. First perfomed on the 22nd february 2001. Produced by the Gate Theatre.
  • Playwright: Radio Play. First performed on the 17 August 1992. Produced by the Fly by Night Theatre Company.
  • Playwright: Dublin Carol. First peformed on the 17 February 2000. Produced by the Royal Court Theatre.
  • Playwright: Inventing Fortunes Wheels. First performed on the 4 March 1994. Produced by the Fly by Night Theatre Company.
  • Playwright: Come on Over. First performed on the 2 October 2001. Produced by the Gate Theatre.
  • Playwright: A Light in the Industry Window, First performed on the 3 August 1993. Produced by Fly by Night Theatre Company
  • (December 2007) : Directed "The Seafarer" play he also wrote (Booth Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (2001) His play, "The Weir," was performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Alan Wilder in the cast.
  • (2007) His play "The Weir" was produced by Signal Ensemble Theatre at the Chopin Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, with Melanie Keller in the cast. Christopher Prentice directed and Melania Lancy was scenic designer.
  • (2008) His play, "Shining City," was performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with John Judd in the cast.
  • (2008 - 2009) His play, "The Seafarer," was performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois. Randall Arney was director.
  • (2010 - 2011) His play, "Shining City," was performed at the Redtwist Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Brian Perry in the cast.
  • (2010 - 2011) His play, "The Weir," was performed at the Seanachai Theatre Comany in Chicago, Illinois with Brad Armacost in the cast. Robert Groth and Jenniffer J. Thusing were scenic designers.
  • (1996) His play, "The Lime Tree Bower," was performed at the Bush Theatre in London, England with Ian Gregg, Conor Mullen, and Niall Shanahan in the cast.
  • (2013-2014 Season) His play, "The Seafarer," was performed at the Seanachai Theatre Company (Irish Theatre of Chicago) in Chicago, Illinois with Brad Armacost and Ira Amyx in the cast. Matt Miller was director.
  • (2001) His play, "Port Authority," was performed in a Gate Theatre Dublin Production at the Ambassadors Theatre in London, England with Stephen Brennan, Eanna MacLiam, and Jim Norton in the cast.
  • (2014-2015 Season) His play, "The Night Alive," was performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Frances Guinan in the cast.
  • ( March 9, 2000 to April 9, 2000) His play, "The Weir," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Fiana Toibin (Valerie); George Heslin (Brendan) and Tom Atkins (Jack) in the cast. Edward Gilbert was director. David Sumner was scenic designer.
  • (2001-2002 season) His play, "The Good Thief," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Stage II) in New Haven, Connecticut. Carl Forsman was director. Nathan Heverin was set designer. Theresa Squire was costume designer. Josh Bradford was lighting designer. Stefan Jacobs was sound designer.
  • (2011 to 2012 season) His stage adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier's short short, "The Birds," was performed at the Tyrone Guthrie Theater, Dowling Studio, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Joe Dowling was artistic director.

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