Saturday, July 16, 2011

Two Aftershow Panel Discussions - Eva The Chaste

Curated by playwright Barbara Hammond, Fallen Angel Theatre are thrilled to present two Aftershow Panel Discussions. Fallen Angel Theatre Company are offering a discount on ticket prices for both of these performances.
Use "PAN1" at the Box office, online at or by calling 212 947-8844


Sunday, July 17th 2011, (After the 3pm Performance of Eva the Chaste)


Annabel Clark
Toni Dorfman

Pennylynn White

On Sunday July 17th, Toni Dorfman (Director of Undergraduate Theatre Studies, Yale University; Playwright; Director), Pennylynn White (Actress; Playwright), Annabel Clark (Photojournalist; author, Jounal: A Mother and Daughter's recovery from Breast Cancer) will participate in a panel entitled "Mothers and Daughters". How is the relationship between Mother and Daughter portrayed in the theatre? Whom and what can take on the role of Mother in situations where a biological connection is missing? In the shadow of the Father/Son preoccupations of Shepard, O'Neill and Miller, where can we find equally poignant and truthful portrayals of the intimacy, Love and pain of being a Mother or a daughter?


Tuesday, July 19th 2011 (After the 7pm Performance of Eva the Chaste)


Tanya Barfield

Estelle Lasher

Deb Margolin

Charlotte Moore

Aedin Moloney

On July 19th, 2011, Tanya Barfield (Playwright, Defacing Patriotic Property, Blue Door), Estelle Lasher (founder, Principal Management, a bi-coastal talent and literary management agency), Deb Margolin (founder, Split Britches Theatre Company, Playwright, Performer), Charlotte Moore (founder & Artistic Director of The Irish Repertory Theatre, Actor), and Aedin Moloney (founder & Artistic Director, Fallen Angel Theatre Company, Actress) will discuss "Great Roles for Women". Go behind the scenes with tour de force performances with writers, directors, performers & talent management. What makes a great role, and why they are in shorter supply for women? Expect anecdotes from the trenches.

Another Rave review for Eva the Chaste by TIME OUT New York......

A Stunning review for Fallen Angel Theatre's production of Eva the TIME OUT New York.

If you haven't already seen Eva, then please come check it week left at the Clurman Theatre, 42nd Street, New York City. For production and ticket information

Friday, July 15, 2011

A Rave Review for Eva the Chaste - "Moloney's Powerful in Eva"

Fallen Angel Theatre Company's production of Eva the Chaste by Barbara Hammod is a hit! Check out this rave review by Joseph Hurley of the Irish Echo.

Photo by Ira Peppercorn

Aedin Moloney on the Adrian Flannelly Radio Show

Artistic Director of Fallen Angel Theatre Company discusses Eva the Chaste on the Adrian Flannelly Radio Show. To hear their conversation, please click on:

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Moloney Opens New Dublin-Set play Off Broadway - Irish Echo

Nice article in the Irish Echo Newspaper about Fallen Angel Theatre Company and its production of Eva the Chaste by Barbara Hammond.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

New York Irish Arts: Aedín Moloney in Eva the Chaste Begins Tonight!

New York Irish Arts: Aedín Moloney in Eva the Chaste Begins Tonight!: "How It's New York: Aedin Moloney's company, Fallen Angels , is based in New York, and it is the first American company (founded 2003) whos..."

Monday, July 4, 2011

Fallen Angel Presents a Panel Discussion after the performance of Eva the Chaste - July 12th, 2011 - The Clurman Theatre


Colum McCann
Susan Jonas

Belinda McKeon
Honor Molloy

On July 12th, Colum McCann (National Book Award winner/IMPAC Award winner for Let the Great World Spin), Honor Molloy (Playwright, Maiden Voyages, Madame Killer, Curator of "Future of Working Theatre" reading series), Susan Jonas (NYU Faculty, Founder of 50/50 by 2020), Belinda Mckeon (Literary Curator for 'Imagine Ireland", Novelist), will discuss the role of women in Literature and Drama. from Shaw's St. Joan to Albee's Martha, from Medea to Madame Bovary, the conceptions we commonly hold of the Great Female Character and the Strong Female Role have often been shaped by Men. Does this still hold true today? Who are the women writing women, and why does it matter that their voices are heard? What does it take, beyond questions of gender, to write a truly lasting and complex character?

(This Panel Discussion will take place for Eva the Chaste Audience after the performance on July 12th at the Clurman Theatre)

Ph: 212-239-2600