Aoife Spratt – Angie
Wexford native Aoife Spratt is a former student of DIT Drama. Aoife has plenty of experience on stage having appeared in ‘Romeo and Juliet’, ‘Dead Womans Son’ and ‘Arabian Nights’. She was most recently seen in her latest play ‘The Fun in UnFunded’ which she also wrote. This play was produced through her production company ‘Yin Yang Theater’ and was performed as part of the 10 Days in Dublin festival.
Audrey Hamilton – Kate
Rising star Audrey Hamilton has a fantastic background in film with many screen credits to her name at this early stage in her career. She can be seen in the web series ‘Trouble Times Three’ and ‘The Thespians’. She also featured in short films such as ‘Sister’ and ‘Shadow in the Woods’ and advertising campaigns for Dublin Bus and Meteor.
Maggie Donovan – Jenny
Maggie Donovan is a graduate of DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama. Previous stage work includes ‘Talk Radio’ with the Silent Man Theatre Company, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘Can’t Stand Up for Falling Down’. Maggie has also starred in the short movie ‘Captured’.
Eddie Murphy – James
Killkenny born Eddie Murphy is also a graduate of DIT Drama along with fellow co-stars Aoife Spratt and Maggie Donovan. Eddie also has starring roles in the upcoming short movie ‘Swerve’, directed by Ross Costigan and the music video ‘Wait for You’ by Replete. Eddie has also starred in stage productions of ‘Night of the Living Dead’ and can soon be seen in an upcoming stage production of Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’ by AC Productions.
Niamh Algar – Maria
Brought up in Westmeath and now living in Dublin, Niamh Algar trained with the Gaiety School of acting and has since gone on to preform in several TV and film productions such as ‘Taryn Barker’ and the Savage Eye’. She has also appeared in stage productions of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘While There’s Work to be Done’.
Margaret Walshe – Sarah
A prominent member of the Nenagh Players Theatre Group, Margaret Walshe has amassed a great deal of experience on stage throughout her years with the players. She was recently seen in the Players production of ‘Rumours’. Margaret also teaches drama to youth groups.
Mike McMahon – Mr Jennings
Mike is a Limerick-man who moved to his adopted town of Nenagh in 1997. Mike cut his ‘stage teeth’ with the Nenagh Choral Society appearing in a number of musicals before joining the Nenagh Players in 2007 where he appeared in a variety of plays including festival award winning productions such as ‘Tuesdays with Morrie’, ‘Tom Dick and Harry’, ‘Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde’ and ‘Out of Order’.