Now it’s not just fabulous ladies we have but some fabulous men as well. This next trio will have you laughing, crying and possible give you nightmares. 😛 We are so happy to have these gents with us, they make the funny funnier, the creepy creepier and have helped bring the horror style of HAW to new heights. Charisma, charm, passion are just a few things these guys bring to the stage. This show wouldn’t be the same without them, so join us tonight and tomorrow to see these guys in action, Their waiting!!!!
Raise your voices for Mr Jordan Begley, Mr Colm Mac Gearailt and Mr Luke Collins !!!! :D:D:D:D:D
Jordan Begley is a Dublin-based actor and writer, hailing from the Midlands. He started acting at the tender age of 11 and went on to study Theatre Performance at Marino College. He was then accepted into the first class of the Foundation in Acting diploma at the prestigious National Academy of Dramatic Arts, The Lir. Since graduating in 2015, Jordan has been involved in many exciting projects, while touring nationwide with the Talisman Theatre company. Jordan is currently working on his very own one-man play.
Colm Mac Gearailt
Based out of Dublin, Colm Mac Gearailt is currently featured in a national TV advert campaign with RTÉ. Colm has also been cast in a number of stage shows, most recently playing the role of Hamlet in a sell-out Dublin Shakespeare Company production, performed in the RDS. He also starred in a stage adaptation of Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood, in the Samuel Becket Theatre in April, 2016. He began acting in his native Dingle, Co.Kerry, with the Beehive Theatre Company. Since then he has trained with the Gaiety School of Acting, part-time, while completing his studies in Trinity College. Notable roles include ‘Odysseus’, in Homer’s Odyssey (Mythfest, 2015), ‘Van Helsing’ in Dracula, ‘Caliban’, in The Tempest, ‘Michael the Boots’ in Lennox Robinson’s Drama at Inish, numerous roles in Brecht’s Caucasian Chalk Circle (LaTouche Players, 2015) as well as radio dramas with Raidió na Gaeltachta.
Luke Collins began performing in talent shows playing music and performing comedy sketches in his Seconday school, and through this a he was encouraged by teachers to seek out performance classes in Dublin.
Soon after he auditioned for and joined Dublin Youth Theare were we was a member for 3 years. In these three years he performed in 3 plays and gained experience Directing.
Soon after leaving he was encouraged by a close friend to auditioned for Bull Alley Theatre Company. He got accepted and there he trained for 2 years and then with the Academy of Repertory Theatre for 2 years.
He has been trained in many forms of Theatre from Classical to Shakespearean and from Restoration to Contemperary.
Most Recently Luke has become co-founder and 1 of 2 Artistic Directors of The Collective Theatre Company. Also taking park in a short film called ‘Silhouette’ as the character of Charlie. Other that that his most recent Credit is ‘Congo’ in the German Experssionist play FLOOD.