Jack Scullion, Set & Costume Designer
Jack is a costume, set and lighting designer. He is an alumnus of the BA in Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies at NUIG, studied Theatre Design in the University of California, Santa Barbara and completed his MFA in Stage Design at The Lir Academy. After immersing himself in the design and technical side of things at NUIG Dramsoc, Jack went on to work wit theatre companies such as Anú Productions, The Abbey Theatre, Gaeity School of Acting, Thereisbear!, Anam Theatre, Sonar Theatre, Waking the Feminists West and Fregoli Theatre.
Sarah Timmins, Lighting Designer
Sarah Timmins is a freelance lighting designer and technician based in Galway City. She received a BA in Theatre and Performance Studies from the National University of Ireland, Galway, and has gone on to work with many Galway-based theatres and theatre companies including Druid, Decadent Theatre, Baboró, Galway Theatre Festival, Fíbín and the Galway International Arts Festival. Her most recent design work includes Arbitration (Cuisle Productions), Dancing of the Bones (DancePlayers), Two Truths (Sarah Hoover), Twelfth Night (Chekhov Ireland).
Mark Daniel Kerry, Composer
Composer Mark Daniel Kerry has built an impressive portfolio of work, featuring a wide range of musical ideas. Mark’s work covers a broad range of genres and is regularly broadcast by Raidió Teilifís Éireann. Outside of commercial works, Mark writes contemporary classical, electronic music and everything in between under a variety of aliases. One of the unique selling points of Marks music is his ability create evocative and memorable melodies whilst still creating an effective underscore. His belief is that music should not have relevance just for the duration of the work or performance, but instead should be able to have its own identity and worthwhile existence. Other theatrical credits include: The Love Project (Fregoli Theatre), Marty Moncrief The Teddy Bear Thief (Beluga Theatre), The Messiness of Human Relationships (Cuisle Productions).