Liz Brennan Director:
Liz has a BA in English from UCD and a Speech and Drama Licentiate from Trinity College, London. She worked for several years teaching drama in DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama and was a Senior Examiner with the Irish Board of Speech and Drama. She has adjudicated at various Festivals throughout the country and has examined in numerous examination centres.
As a trained singer Liz has played many leading musical roles. For her endeavours she won Best Female Singer at the Waterford Festival of Light Opera and Best Leading Actress at the Bangor Festival of Light Opera. She has also directed many musicals for musical societies and schools.
Rachel is a professional actor represented by the Ann Curtis Agency and a signed model with Assets Model Agency as well as an active presenter with Irish Broadcaster “Irish TV” (Sky 191). Rachel trained with Crooked House Theatre Company and Kildare Youth Theatre where she toured extensively throughout Europe and the UK including performing for Councillor Angela Merkil in Berlin and receiving rave reviews in the Prague Fringe Festival.
She has worked as an actor and facilitator with Theatrino touring Italy and with Babel Labs in Turin. Rachel has run Youth Arts Programmes for the Gaiety School of Acting, Midlands Drama School, Miss Ali’s Stageschool, Starcamp and youth and community projects spanning the country, as well as holding a Higher National Diploma in Film and Media production. Rachel obtained her MA in Theatre from NUI Maynooth and The Gaiety School of Acting in 2013 and has starred in campaigns for 3 Mobile, Irish Ferries, C&A and The Powerscourt Hotel.
Sarah Jane Gordon
Growing up, Sarah Jane always had an interest in theatre and partook in musical variety shows.
Later, in 2007, Sarah Jane completed her Associates Diploma in Speech & Drama through the Leinster School of Music & Drama in Griffith College, Dublin. That year, she was nominated for her piece playing Hester in The Bog of Cats by Marina Carr, and went on to win The Leinster School of Music & Drama Excellence Awards out of 12,000 contestants. That following year on her travels throughout Canada, Sarah Jane volunteered teaching with a non profit organisation in Toronto. Upon travelling out west to Calgary, she started working with a Canadian Irish theatre group, called the Liffey Players and undertook the role of Stage Manager for one of their plays- Happy Birthday, Dear Alice.
In 2009, Sarah Jane moved back to Ireland for a year and played one of the lead roles in The Mullingar Arts Centre Little Brother Production.
From 2010-2017, Sarah Jane lived in New York, Hawaii and Philadelphia. After taking a hiatus from 2010 to 2013, Sarah Jane went back to university and graduated in December 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies. She moved back to Ireland in March of 2017, and since then, she has directed and produced musical productions, along with teaching for Midland Drama School, Mullingar Arts Centre, Westside Stage School, BAPA along with other community drama works in the Midlands.