Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
I had the great honor of being invited by Niall Burgess, the Consul General of Ireland, to a party hosted by himself and his lovely wife, Marie, to honor my good friend and countryman, Colum McCann. Colum won the National Book Award for fiction, with his novel "Let the Great World Spin". I am so proud of Colum. Apart from being a friend, he has been consistent with his support of Fallen Angel Theatre Company and all our endeavors. Congratulations Colum! Well Deserved!
Fallen Angel Theatre Company
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Fallen Angel Theatre's Artistic Director, Aedin Moloney with the National Arts Club President, O. Aldon James.
Artistic Director Aedin Moloney & Actress, Christina Ricci at the National Arts Club event to honor Director Ang Lee & Producer James Schamus.
Fallen Angel Theatre board member, Arnaldo Segarra and Aedin Moloney with President of Yaddo, Elaina Richardson at the National Arts Club 111th Anniversary celebration!
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Aedin Moloney reads Molly Bloom's soliloquy from James Joyce's Ulysses for Barnes and Noble's NYC Events! Click on the link and scroll down to "Bloomsday Celebrations"....Aedin's reading is halfway through the video! Uncensored! Yes, Oh yes, I said Yes! Lovely stuff!
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Thank you to my fellow inmates! For their incredible performances & dedication to their work! It couldn't have been better and the review in The Fab Marquee just blew me away.
Friday, September 18, 2009
Review- Cell (1st Irish)
The Fab Marquee review by Karen Tortora-Lee.
When we first meet the women in the cell it's early morning, frigidly cold, and already hopeless. There's no soothing daylight to gently awaken these inhabitants. Rather, Martha (played by Laoisa Sexton) and Lila (Laura Knight Keating) are jarred awake by their fellow inmate, "Delo" short for Delores (Aedin Moloney) who is obviously the boss of this little trio and mad as hell that one of her rules (something about a bucket, something about cycles, I'll let you fill in the rest) has been broken. She monitors and delegates every detail of the cell (who does what, when they do it, and how) with an engineer's precision and fiercely guards her power with a hard line of intimidation. She's the boss, and she rules not just with an iron fist, but with a crazy flurry of rage that tornadoes its way around the small space in uncontrolled and unpredictable bursts. When Hurricane Delo calms down her cellmates react like grateful animals; yet cower distrustfully at her demeanor knowing another powerful storm is just moments away. If HBO's OZ had been set in a woman's prison in Dublin there wouldn't have been a man left alive after Delo Roche got done with them. As it stands, it's hard enough to keep the women alive.
Saturday, September 19, 2009
The Cast of Cell become a giggling mess when actor Jeff Goldblum joined them during celebrations for the success of Fallen Angel Theatre Company's production of Cell, which is being presented as part of New York's 1st Irish festival 2009.
The photo from left to right: Laoisa Sexton, Jeff Goldblum, Aedin Moloney, Laura Knight Keating & Katherine O'Sullivan
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
Donal O'Kelly with Cast of Cell.....mesmerised by poet Paula Meehan at a Q&A following Saturday 12th New York performance!
Picture includes from left to right:
Donal O'Kelly, Laura Knight Keating, Katherine O'Sullivan, Laoisa Sexton, Paula Meehan & Aedin Moloney
Friday, September 11, 2009
Cell Mates.....Laoisa Sexton, Laura Knight Keating & Aedin Moloney at the 1st Irish festival 2009 launch party....New York!
Friday, September 4, 2009
After a reading of CELL for the organization of Hour Children.
Thank you to Sr. Tesa and Jane Stanicki for this wonderful opportunity.
Hour Children is committed to the compassionate and loving care of children of incarcerated women. Our outreach includes support and empowerment for mothers upon reunification with their families. All persons are encouraged to live and interact with dignity and respect.
In this Photo: Jane Stanicki far left, Sr. Tesa 2nd from top right with cast members, Aedin Moloney, Laoisa Sexton, Laura Knight Keating, Katherine O'Sullivan and the lovely Ladies from Hour Children! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your feedback and your warm hospitality. From Fallen Angel Theatre Company
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
We had an impromptu gathering for the launch of Cell. This happened when the Father of our artistic Director stopped by rehearsals! He's a grammy winning musician, Paddy Moloney, from the Irish band, The Chieftains. Here he is with daughter, Aedin and the lovely Laoisa Sexton.
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Friday, August 7, 2009
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Fallen Angel Theatre Company
Fallen Angel Theatre Company was formed in 2003 by New York based Irish actress Aedin Moloney. The company is a not-for-profit committed to presenting in New York the most outstanding and daring new plays written by female British and Irish playwrights. The wealth of new female writing in England and Ireland has largely been untapped in New York. Fallen Angel Theatre is the first American company with this goal and looks forward to interpreting these plays in a fresh, exciting and commercially viable way for New York audiences.
I can't believe it! we did it. we are about to go into rehearsals for Cell by Paula Meehan here in New York. Fallen Angel Theatre Company is producing Cell as part of the 1st Irish Theatre Festival 2009. The Tickets are now on sale with Smarttix, 212 868-4444. www.smartix.com