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Iseult Golden
Founder Member/Performer
email: iseult@inistheatre.com

Iseult is co-artistic director of Inis Theatre and has performed in and co-created all of their shows, The World's Wife, Lady Susan, To Kill a Dead Man and Tick My Box!. She trained at the Gaiety School of Acting. Since graduating she has performed in a wide variety of theatre productions ranging from Shakespeare to Stoppard. She has toured nationally and internationally and has worked with some of Ireland's most exciting and established companies including Barabbas, Macnas, Blue Raincoat Theatre Company and Storytellers Theatre Company. Her most recent theatre credits are The Real Thing, with Guna Nua Theatre Company, Bolt Upright with Angel Exit Theatre Company and The Odd Couple with Civic Theatre. On television she is a regular performer on TG4's comedy sketch show RiRa.


Carmel Stephens
Founder Member/Performer
email: carmel@inistheatre.com

From Galway, Carmel trained as an actor at The Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin. After graduating she went on to play the part of Carmel Doherty in the Irish language T.V. show, Ros na Rún (TG4). Theatre credits include 'Dublin 1742' with The Ark, 'Shorts' with Fishamble Theatre Company and 'The Prince of Denmark' with Electric Bridget. She has appeared in all four Inis shows to date. Carmel also plays Geraldine Creagh in R.T.E's soap opera, Fair City.



David Horan - Director in Residence
email: david@inistheatre.com

David Horan graduated from the Samuel Beckett School of Theatre, Trinity College Dublin with a BA in Theatre Studies and English. He is a founding member and Artistic Director of Peri-Talking Theatre Company.
David's directing credits include: The Call by Tara Maria Lovett (Peri-Talking), Lady Susan by Jane Austen (Inis Theatre), The Suck by Tara Maria Lovett (Project), The World's Wife, an adaptation of poems by Carol Ann Duffy (Inis Theatre, Bewley's), Ecstasy by Mike Leigh (SideTrack Theatre Company), This Lime Tree Bower by Conor McPherson and Highlights from Aladdin, the Pantomime (Cyclorama, Tallaght). Goethe's Faust Part I, adapted by Howard Brenton (Threefold Theatre Group), Little Eyolf by Henrik Ibsen (as part of the Debut Festival at the Samuel Beckett Theatre), Long Day's Journey Into Night at the Crypt Arts Centre and Here Is Monster by Brock Norman Brock (Dublin Fringe Festival '96).
Most recently David was Assistant Director to Gerry Stembridge on That Was Then for the Abbey. He has also assisted Howard Barker, Alan Stanford, Stephen Rea and Michael Caven.



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