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GER FITZGIBBON

Dr Ger FitzGibbon is former Head of Drama & Theatre Studies in UCC and one of the founders of Graffiti Theatre Company. He has written a number of original plays and adaptations. He has also directed a substantial number of plays over the years, the most recent being Crimp’s ENGLAND, A Play for a Gallery (Gaitkrash Theatre Company); Beckett’s Not I (Gaitkrash Theatre Company); O’Casey’s Juno and the Paycock (Everyman Theatre); Kavanagh’s The Great Hunger (Theatre Makers Ltd); The Tayman, the Tomcat and Others (Theatre Makers Ltd, adapted from stories by Eamon Kelly) and his own play, Tenebrae (with Niall Cleary, Theatre Makers Ltd).

ADAPTATIONS

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Matched Ger FitzGibbon Anton Chekhov

DIRECTOR

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Matched Ger FitzGibbon Anton Chekhov
Adapted from Chekhov's one-act comedies The Bear and The Proposal.
Tenebrae Ger FitzGibbon
The Bed Ger FitzGibbon

DESIGNER

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The Man who stole from Adolf Hitler Tony Browne

LYRICS BY

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Levin & Levin Aideen Wylde

PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPHY

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Generation Revolution Raymond Scannell