Dublin Theatre Festival


Annie Ryan

Originally from Chicago, Annie trained in acting and improvisation in the Piven Theatre Workshop and graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She moved to Dublin in 1992 to work with writer Michael West. She founded The Corn Exchange for the first Dublin Fringe Festival in 1995 to explore different theatrical styles, in particular, the style of Commedia dell'Arte. Work with The Corn Exchange includes Everyday, Dublin by Lamplight, Mud, Lolita, Foley, The Seagull, Car Show, A Play On Two Chairs, Baby Jane, Big Bad Woolf, Streetcar and Cultural Shrapnel. She has recently directed Come and Go as part of The Beckett Centenary Festival in The Gate Theatre, Dublin and The Barbican, London, and the children's show, Rudolf the Red for The Ark Cultural Centre for Children, Dublin.

Annie Ryan




Desire Under the Elms

twitter facebook youtube
website by FUSIO