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#6. Dicey McGurk

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"Well painted by reputation..."

#6. Dicey McGurk (Peter McGann) aka The Syphilitic Salesman. A shady, wife seducing, clap ridden, arms procuring, travelling lingerie salesman. His reputation is that of a coward and thief, who looted the fashionable stores of Dublin City during the Rising. However, he is cunning at weapon concealment and an explosives expert. Michael Collins has put his name on the list for a reason. Dicey's shot at redemption has arrived. The Gun Runner. Peter McGann  is the co-writer of The Hellfire Squad and this marks his debut writing work for the stage. Previous onstage appearances with Devious Theatre include The Union as part of Little Deviations: Volume 1. He has a Masters in screenwriting from the Huston Film School, NUIG. He wrote and directed the short films The Eyeball Waltz (Fastnet Film Festival), Go West, Sure Look This Is It and Not Tonight. He writes and performs as Dick Liver on Republic Of Telly and as stand-up comedian Liam Nugent in online shorts and the upcoming one-man show An Evening With Liam Nugent. As an actor he has appeared in short films Cavalier, Safari Springs, Hot Water Bottle, Daffney Malloy And Other Catastrophes, Colossus, Barry and Swerve. He also appears in the RTÉ Storyland pilot Smitten and the upcoming feature film Locus Of Control. The Hellfire Squad is directed by Sarah Baxter and plays Project Arts Centre from July 18-23. It will then play The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from July 28-30 as part of this years AKA programme. Tickets are onsale now.
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#7. Austin De Courcey

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"Burns like the dickens, but gets the job done..."

#7. Austin De Courcey (Ed Murphy) aka The 3rd Earl Of Roundwood. A well bred, dapper land owner of British descent who likes to smoke a pipe, swig a brandy and kill any man who besmirches his beloved Eire. He might be a Protestant, yes and quite removed from the rest of the squad but he stands his ground as a proud local, born and bred. Woe betide the man who underestimates him because of his means. The Reconnaissance Man. Ed Murphy has previously appeared for Devious Theatre in Some Flood, Night Of The Living Dead, Shakespeare In Bits, Stags and Hens and Cannibal! The Musical. Ed also directed Tenterhooks, one of the five pieces presented at Little Deviations: Volume 1. Other stage credits include TEXT|Messages (Project Arts Centre), Twelfth Night (AC Productions), Strange Attractors (Samuel Beckett Theatre), Fused (Dublin Fringe Festival 2013), This Is It (Just The Lads). Film and television credits include Reign, Gardar in History’s Vikings, the lead role of Danny in Mark Sheridan’s new feature film Crone Wood, Jim Sheridan’s new feature film The Secret Scripture, Fir Bolg, a comedy mini-series for TG4, and a role in director Brian Dean’s Storyland web series CTRL. The Hellfire Squad plays Project Arts Centre from July 18-23. It will then play The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from July 28-30 as part of this years AKA programme. Tickets are onsale now.
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More Myth Than Men…

  hellfire-promo-4 The first trailer for The Hellfire Squad is here. Never let history get in the way of a good yarn. It shows the squad assembling for the group shot that you glimpsed in the main poster for the show. This trailer was shot, directed and edited by the terribly talented Fergal Costello. Michael Collins infamous hit squad are bringing the hellfire to Project Arts Centre from July 18-23 and The Watergate Theatre from July 28-30. God bless the work.
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#8. Dr. Roddy Quincannon

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"Keep hell warm for me..."

The first of our series of character posters for The Hellfire Squad introduces the good doctor of the squad. #8. Dr. Roddy Quincannon MD aka the Lazarus Doctor. A dodgy gambler with a superstitious nature who faked his death to avoid a debt. Now he has been resurrected as a name on Michael Collins list and is ready to carve up our oppressors. Of a nervy disposition but an artist with a blade. The Medic. Quincannon is played by Stephen Colfer. Stephen has worked with Devious Theatre since our inception and this marks his first full onstage role in 7 years. He last appeared as part of The Hellfire Squad cast in Little Deviations: Volume 1. Other Devious Theatre credits include Vultures, Stags and Hens, Shakespeare In Bits, Smitten, Trainspotting and Cannibal! The Musical. Stephen appeared in and co-wrote Dreamgun’s debut theatre performance, Chaos Theory, which had a sold out run at Edinburgh Fringe 2015. He will be returning to Edinburgh this year with their new show Mimes In Time. Other roles include The Beggar’s Opera in the Epstein Theatre, Liverpool, Deadly for The Abbey Theatre, Much Ado About Nothing for AC Productions, Blood Ties for The Focus Theatre and Couples Counselling for The Mess Around. Film performances include Swerve for Mycrofilms, Live for Live Productions and several appearance in various Dreamgun shorts. The Hellfire Squad plays Project Arts Centre from July 18-23. It will then play The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from July 28-30 as part of this years AKA programme. Tickets are onsale now.
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The List Made Flesh

The Hellfire Squad - Textless Say your prayers, The Hellfire Squad have risen. Here's your first look at the cast of characters in our upcoming production. Michael Collins list has been made flesh. Back Row (L-R): Ed Murphy, Dave Fleming, David Fennelly, John Morton, Stephen Colfer. Front Row (L-R): John Doran, Annette O'Shea, Peter McGann. Their characters and roles in the Squad will be revealed in an upcoming character poster. A work blessing, gun running, porter swilling, scheme hatching, agent killing, hooley throwing, ballad singing, yarn spinning, card playing, hurl swinging, bomb rigging, shit kicking, freedom fighting, bullet spewing, hell blazing shower of miscreants as you'll ever meet. God bless the work of our producer Ken McGuire who shot and designed this image. Also, god bless the work of our brilliant designer Helen McGinty who brought the characters to life. Join us in Dublin in Project Arts Centre from July 18th-23rd and Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from July 28-30. Tickets are onsale now.
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The Chosen Ones

The Hellfire Squad - Cast The cast of our next production The Hellfire Squad has been announced and to quote the play itself, it's a tidy little wreckin' crew we're putting together. So, from left to right, let's meet them... Stephen Colfer has worked with Devious Theatre since our inception and this marks his first full onstage role in 7 years. He last appeared as part of The Hellfire Squad cast in Little Deviations: Volume 1. Other Devious Theatre credits include Vultures, Stags and Hens, Shakespeare In Bits, Trainspotting and Cannibal! The Musical. Stephen appeared in and co-wrote Dreamgun’s debut theatre performance, Chaos Theory, which had a sold out run at Edinburgh Fringe 2015. He will be returning to Edinburgh this year with their new show Mimes In Time. Other roles include The Beggar’s Opera in the Epstein Theatre, Liverpool, Deadly for The Abbey Theatre, Much Ado About Nothing for AC Productions and Blood Ties for The Focus Theatre. Film performances include Swerve for Mycrofilms, Live for Live Productions and several appearance in various Dreamgun shorts. John Doran last appeared with us in his one man show The Centre Of The Universe (Tiger Dublin Fringe 2014/Show In A Bag). He also co-wrote and directed Some Flood in 2014. Other Devious Theatre credits include War Of Attrition, Vultures, Shakespeare In Bits, Stags and Hens and Cannibal! The Musical. Other credits include Care (Willfredd Theatre), Enjoy (Rough Magic Seeds) Me Michael (Abbey Theatre), Romeo & Juliet (The Gate Theatre) It Folds (Brokentalkers), The Last Post (Just the Lads), 24 Hours SitcomHuman Child (Collapsing Horse), Die Fledermaus (Aoife Spillane-Hinks), Romeo & Juliet (Corcadorca), Fishes (Bewleys Theatre), Durang Durang (Brazen Tales). David Fennelly makes his Devious Theatre debut in The Hellfire Squad. David graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting Full Time Acting Course in June 2009. He made his screen debut with a supporting role in Nick Hamms Killing Bono. He has since featured in Game of Thrones (HBO), Half Shade (UNA Films) What Richard Did (Element Pictures) and Sanctuary (Venom Productions). David wrote and performed in the stage play Fishes. Fishes was recently made into a short film The Caller in which David also acted. Recent theatre credits include This Lime Tree Bower (Project Arts Centre) Advocacy (Best Ensemble Fringe ’14), Fishes (Stuart Parker Bursary ’14), Mavericks (Theatre Upstairs/ Bewleys Theatre) and two once off performances in Abbey Theatre with 24 Hour Plays and Seven Jewish Children. Dave Fleming also makes his Devious Theatre debut in The Hellfire Squad. Dave began his acting career in UCD Dramsoc. Credits include Jacob in Spectres (Sickle Moon Productions, Theatre Upstairs), Mick Curley in From the Shannon to the Somme (Kings House, Boyle), Jake in Stones in his Pockets (CAS Productions, National Tour), Antonio in The Merchant of Venice (devise+conquer Productions, National Tour), Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (CYEBO Productions, Teachers’ Club), Warwick in The Lark (Fast Intent, Smock Alley) and Nick in Tonight Everthing’s Going to Change (Back of the Hand, Filmbase). Screen credits include See You (Warrior Films, RTE Shortscreen) and The Hit Producer (Hit Producer Films and Ned Kelly Pictures). Dave is also the co-writer and co-star of popular webseries The Goo (Awake and Sing Productions). Peter McGann is the co-writer of The Hellfire Squad. Previous onstage appearances with Devious Theatre include the role of the Ents Officer in The Union as part of Little Deviations: Volume 1. He has a Masters in screenwriting from the Huston Film School, NUIG. He wrote and directed the short films The Eyeball Waltz, Go West, Sure Look This Is It and Not Tonight. The Eyeball Waltz was shown as part of the Fastnet Film Festival in 2014. He writes and performs as Dick Liver on Republic Of Telly and as stand-up comedian Liam Nugent in online shorts and the upcoming one-man show An Evening With Liam Nugent. As an actor he has appeared in short films Cavalier, Safari Springs, Hot Water Bottle, Daffney Malloy And Other Catastrophes, Colossus, Barry and Swerve. He was in the Storyland pilot Smitten and the upcoming feature film Locus Of Control. John Morton is also a co-writer of The Hellfire Squad. A founding member of Devious Theatre, he has also written the plays War Of Attrition, Scratcher, Smitten and Heart Shaped Vinyl, which he recently directed in a new version staged in Cleeres Theatre last month. Onstage credits for us include Heart Shaped Vinyl, War Of Attrition, Bash, Scratcher, Smitten, Accidental Death Of An Anarchist, Stags and Hens, Cannibal! The Musical and Trainspotting. Film and television work includes Locus Of Control, Old Fangs, ZenithLove/Hate, Republic Of Telly, Tobias And The Tree and Fading Away. Other writing includes the community theatre project Bridge Street Will Be (Asylum/Equinox) and Mass by The LSA (Dublin Fringe Festival). His most recent play Taboo (White Label) was performed in The New Theatre in February 2016, directed by Sarah Baxter. Eddie Murphy has previously appeared for Devious Theatre in Some Flood, Night Of The Living Dead, Shakespeare In Bits, Stags and Hens and Cannibal! The Musical. Eddie also directed Tenterhooks, one of the five pieces presented at Little Deviations: Volume 1. Other stage credits include TEXT|Messages (Project Arts Centre), Twelfth Night (AC Productions), Strange Attractors (Samuel Beckett Theatre), Fused (Dublin Fringe Festival 2013), This Is It (Just The Lads). Film and television credits include Reign, Gardar in History's Vikings, the lead role of Danny in Mark Sheridan's new feature film Crone Wood, Jim Sheridan's new feature film The Secret Scripture, Fir Bolg, a comedy mini-series for TG4, and a role in director Brian Dean's Storyland web series CTRL. Annette O'Shea last appeared for us in the role of 'The Bould' Kathleen Sweeney in The Hellfire Squad as part of Little Deviations: Volume 1. She will reprise that role in the full production. Previous credits for Devious Theatre includes Bash, Scratcher and both productions of Smitten. Other stage credits include Before The Party directed by Tom Conti for Bill Kenwright Productions, Madame Knorr in On The Razzle (Pleasance Theatre), Mary Shelley (Pleasance Theatre), The Twelfth Night, Enlightenment, Hindle Wakes, The Rivals The Lady's Tragedy (LAMDA), The Crucible (Keegan Theatre, Washington) and Lovers for Watergate Productions in Kilkenny. We'll be revealing the nature of their roles in the coming week so stay tuned for that. This cast will be joining a creative team including Sarah Baxter (Director), Ken McGuire (Producer/Sound Designer), Helen McGinty (Designer), Sinead Heavin (Stage Manager), Adrian Mullan (Lighting Design) and Ken Bourke (Dramaturg). The Hellfire Squad plays Project Arts Centre from July 18-23 and if you buy your tickets before June 20th you can avail of 25% off. It will then play The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from July 28-30 as part of this years AKA programme. God bless the work.
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Devious 10: The Hellfire Squad

hellfire-web "From the ruins of the G.P.O. they came. By design they were to be anonymous, unheard of, unseen. Their purpose was clear: to move like ghosts through the streets of Dublin and put the fear of God in the occupying forces. I saw it first hand. The Squad. Collins’ chosen ones. The Apostles. But that’s not what I knew them men as. To me they were born from ashes and forever more cloaked in hellfire. Don’t be lurking in those shadows… come out to us now…" - The Bould Kathleen Sweeney So begins the tale of the Squad. The next preview of our Devious 10 stock is the rip roaring, hell blazing yarn that is The Hellfire Squadwhich will be our second release this year when it lands this summer. Written by Peter McGann and John Morton, the play is a riotous, men on a mission, action comedy exploring the origins of the hit squad assembled by Michael Collins in the aftermath of the 1916 Rising. The infamous squad Collins created have never been the focus of a dramatic narrative until now, despite being an integral part of his legend. The Hellfire Squad looks at the impact this secret band of assassins made on Irish history in contrast to the secretive nature of their roles. The resultant story is a tightly woven journey, primarily fiercely comical, but just as powerful, tragic and frightening as the history it sprung from. The production will be directed by Sarah Baxter and produced by Ken McGuire. It opens in Project Arts Centre, Dublin where it will play from July 18th-23rd before hitting our hometown of Kilkenny where it will play The Watergate Theatre as part of this years AKA programme from July 28th-30th. It was previously presented in work in progress form as part of Little Deviations: Volume 1 in August 2013. HellfireSquad-ForWeb The creative squad working on it thus far are: Peter McGann (Co-Writer): This is Peter's first written work for the stage. His previous work has been for screen including the short films The Eyeball Waltz, Go West and Nugent. He is currently one of the writers of Republic Of Telly. He was also one of the makers of Vultures and has also acted in numerous films and TV shows over the years including Smitten, Hot Water Bottle, Daffney Molloy And Other Catastrophes and Swerve for Mycrofilms in Kilkenny. John Morton (Co-Writer): John's last written work for Devious Theatre was War Of Attrition which premiered in 2013 at Dublin Fringe Festival. Previous Devious Theatre plays include Scratcher, Smitten and his first play, and our next production, Heart Shaped Vinyl. His last play Taboo was presented by White Label in The New Theatre this past February. He was also the writer of community theatre project Bridge Street Will Be in 2015. Co-writes include Night Of The Living Dead and The War Of The Worlds. Sarah Baxter (Director): Sarah is making her directing debut with us. Previous directing work includes Taboo by John Morton, Jellyfish (Out to Lunch Festival 2016, Belfast/ Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015, Rich Mix, London and Foundation15 Arts Festival) To Space (Adelaide Fringe 2016, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe 2015) The Art Of Ladylike and Flies (Collaborations Festival 2014). As assistant director: Howie The Rookie (Landmark Productions) A Particle Of Dread / Oedipus Variations (Field Day Theatre Company, Rian (Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre Company) and The Threepenny Opera (Gate Theatre). Ken McGuire (Producer): A founding member of Devious Theatre, Ken has previously produced many of our shows including The Union, War Of Attrition, Bash, Night Of The Living Dead, Smitten, Shifting, Scratcher, Dario Fo Season and Stags and Hens. Directing work for us includes Cannibal! The Musical (with Kevin Mooney), The War Of The Worlds and iphigenia in orem as part of Bash. The eight strong cast are currently being shrouded in secrecy so we won't be announcing them just yet but when we do, we'll be striking from the shadows. This is the first period piece we've done since Cannibal! The Musical (although we probably should count Heart Shaped Vinyl in that number) and we're very excited to tackle Irish history for the first time. This is our contribution to the centenary celebrations for 1916 and takes a skewed perspective on the events of the time, focusing on a group intent on achieving the infamy and burgeoning myth of the Easter Rising martyrs. It's a mish mash of styles and genres but when pressed, we've mostly been calling it a Western. Here's a look at some of the inspirations we've had on the go throughout the development of the show. IMG_6148 A terrible bastard will be born. The Hellfire Squad lands this July and tickets will be going on sale soon. We'll also be launching a Fund It campaign to support the show so please keep an eye out for that. God bless the work.
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Devious 10 Announcement

We've just launched the full programme for our 10th anniversary programme, the rather bluntly titled Devious 10. We'll have more in depth previews for each show throughout the week but here's the quick rundown. And here they are: Devious 10 Poster Here's some details on each of the shows. Heart Shaped Vinyl Heart Shaped Vinyl, our very first show, gets a reissue complete with a brand new decade. A theatrical mixtape taking place over 6 decades in Ireland, the show is a raucous comedy about heartbreak and romance, told through the prism of changing musical fads. It is written by John Morton who will be directing a production of his first play for the first time. The just announced cast are a very Devious troupe: Philip Brennan, Alan Butler, Alexandra Christle, Amy Dunne, Hazel Fahy, Simone Kelly, Mairead Kiernan, Ken McGuire, Kevin Mooney, Niamh Moroney, John Morton, Aoibhín Murphy, Anne-Marie O'Brien, Colin O'Brien. It will be produced by Ken McGuire. It plays Cleere's Theatre from May 18-21 and 25-28. Tickets are currently onsale and can be booked here. hellfire-web The Hellfire Squad by Peter McGann and John Morton marks the third of the Little Deviations: Volume 1 crop to make it to full production. This is a riotous, rip roaring drama about a squad of mismatched assassins assembled by Michael Collins in the aftermath of the 1916 Rising. Our first foray into Irish history shall be a devious take on the events of the time, to say the least. It will be directed by Sarah Baxter, making her first show with us and produced by Ken McGuire. It will take its debut bow in Project Arts Centre, Dublin from July 18-23 before playing The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from July 28-30 as part of this years Alternative Kilkenny Arts. pulled-new Pulled by Niamh Moroney marks our first co-production, alongside Central Arts in Waterford, who we are very excited to partner up with. The show is being developed as part of Niamh's year long residency in Central Arts. Pulled tells the story of Amanda and Michelle, two women battling through the fear and a digital rollercoaster of clues to assemble memories of a particularly wasted night. It will be performed by Andrea Bolger and Niamh Moroney and produced by John O'Connell. It will run in Central Arts, Waterford from September 13-15th and Set Theatre, Kilkenny from September 29th-October 1st. We'll be dropping individual previews for each show over the next week so keep an eye out for those. They should serve as a better idea of what to expect from this deviating trio of plays. We're very excited to bring this line up to you this year and we hope you'll join us.
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Published in The Munster Express Arts & Theatre Reviews (Week ending August 16th)
Little Deviations: Volume 1 review by Liam Murphy. Where Does Erythromycin Come From, The impressive Kilkenny Devious Theatre Company returned to their roots at Cleere's Theatre, to take stock, rev up the craic, and put their shine on. Rather than have rehearsed readings without props, they had five playlets or extracts from work in progress. New work is a direction this company seems to think is important to them, 50mg Where Does Erythromycin Come From, but perhaps the success of the evening was the excellent cast of young actors it presented.

Girls In Africa allowed John Kennedy to show how well he handles dialogue and John Morton directed with style, Where Does Erythromycin Come From japan, and another up-and-challenging writer, Adrian Kavanagh played the several male parts and read the amusing stage directions, or made the stage directions, amusing, Where Does Erythromycin Come From paypal. There was a serious point about people's attitude to philanthropy, but the horror in the girl's situation was sold short for cheaper laughs.

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I enjoyed the co-written The Hellfire Squad by Peter McGann and John Morton, with a satire on a Myles na gCopaleen, Ireland, 30mg Where Does Erythromycin Come From, where a 'mad' group set out to gather a 'Dirty Dozen' list of twelve of the best killer/terrorists prepared by Michael Collins. (You bring the brawn and we will provide the bullets and the bicycle). Where Does Erythromycin Come From ebay, Ken McGuire and Phillip Brennan were outstanding but Annette O'Shea, as 'The Bould' Kathleen Sweeney stole the show with waspish feminist asides.

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Highpoint of the evening was John Morton's Tenterhooks, about a girl (Leah Egan) attempting to commit suicide, Where Does Erythromycin Come From overseas, mostly unsuccessfully, due to the comic intervention of Jimmy (Jack Nolan). 200mg Where Does Erythromycin Come From, Eddie Murphy directed with real skill, but it was Morton's impressive style as a writer that gave these two wonderful actors a chance to shine.

With Kilkenny Arts Festival now running, it seemed obvious to me that this theatre company should be part of that programme. Devious deserve it.

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Kicking off with the 1916 Rising and leading all the way into the War Of Independence, The Hellfire Squad takes lots of liberties with historical fact and offers a new take on the origins of Michael Collins famed hit squad. All things going to plan, we hope to put it on the stage on the centenary of the Rising in 2016, Sodium Citrate In Erythromycin us.

The fantastic squad we've assembled for this one are Philip Brennan on directing and acting duties alongside Sodium Citrate In Erythromycin, Richie Cody, Stephen Colfer, Niall Morrissey, Ken McGuire and Annette O'Shea.

Richie last appeared for us as the Sheriff Of Saguache in Cannibal. The Musical. Stephen has amassed many credits for us over the years including Cannibal. Sodium Citrate In Erythromycin paypal, The Musical, the role of Spud in Trainspotting, Stevey in Smitten, Billy in Stags and Hens and Shakespeare In Bits, Sodium Citrate In Erythromycin usa. Niall is making his debut with us and we're delighted to welcome him on board. Ken has previously appeared in an exhausting amount of our plays including Heart Shaped Vinyl, both productions of Smitten, Cannibal, Sodium Citrate In Erythromycin. The Musical, 250mg Sodium Citrate In Erythromycin, Trainspotting, Stags and Hens, The War Of The Worlds, Shakespeare In Bits, Sodium Citrate In Erythromycin japan, Accidental Death Of An Anarchist, Can't Pay. Won't Pay!, Scratcher and Bash. Annette has previously appeared in both productions of Smitten, Scratcher and Bash.

The Hellfire Squad is going to be the biggest and brashest of Little Deviations: Volume 1. You can catch it and all the other new works this week as we play August 2nd & 3rd in Cleeres Theatre. Tickets can be bought at the venue on Parliament Street, can be booked on 056-7762573 or buy them here at this handy online link.

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