Dublin Theatre Festival


Paul Keogan

Born in Dublin, Paul studied Drama at The Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin and at Glasgow University. After graduating he worked as Production Manager for Project Arts Centre.

His designs include Melonfarmer,The Electrocution of Children, Amazing Grace, Living Quarters, Making History, The Map Maker's Sorrow, Cúirt an Mheán Oíche, Mrs Warren's Profession, Bailegangaire, The Tempest, Tartuffe, Eden, That Was Then, Da, The Wild Duck, The Cherry Orchard, The Burial at Thebes, and Heavenly Bodies, (Abbey and Peacock Theatres), Gates of Gold  and Performances (Gate Theatre), Born Bad and In Arabia We'd All Be Kings, (Hampstead Theatre London), Too Late for Logic, (Edinburgh International Festival), Olga, (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh), The Tempest, (Theatre Royal Plymouth), Antigone, (Storytellers), The Blind Fiddler  and Ghosts, (The Lyric Theatre, Belfast), Down onto Blue and Danti Dan, (Rough Magic), The Silver Tassie, (Almeida Theatre, London), The Gay Detective, (Project), Chair, Angel Babel  and Passades (Operating Theatre), Mutability (TheatreWorks) Quay West, Blasted and Far Away (Bedrock Productions), and La Musica (Siren Productions).

Designs for Dance include Ballads, Seasons and The Rite of Spring (also set design), (CoisCéim), Macalla and Intimate Gold for (Irish Modern Dance Theatre), SAMO, (Block & Steel, Netherlands) and most recently Catalyst, a collaboration between Rex Levitates and The National Ballet of China in Beijing.

Opera designs include Tosca, Jenufa, The Queen of Spades, Madama Butterfly, Lady Macbeth of Mtensk and The Silver Tassie, (Opera Ireland), The Lighthouse, (Opera Theatre Company), The Makropulos Case and Un Ballo in Maschera (Opera Zuid, Netherlands).

Paul also designed The Wishing Well, a large-scale outdoor projection piece for Kilkenny Arts Festival 1999.



Woman and Scarecrow

The Birds

Ruby Red

The Last Summer

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