*DUN DUN DUN*…….It’s the final night and our final trio are ready to be revealed. We have a lovely lady to introduce you to who takes up one of the most intense roles in the show and does it with such truth and justice. We have a gent who is a raw talent to acting and anything we have thrown at him he has taken up and delivered. This guys ‘creepy’ is the stuff of nightmares!!! :O
The final piece to the HAW family puzzle is our Narrator, a guy who has the audience in the palm of his hand and a laugh that will stop you sleeping at night. No one else can perform this part like this guy can and we are lucky to have him.
Our HAW family is complete and what a weird, wild and wonderful bunch we have, Take a bow the final three…. Facebook world, we introduce to you Miss Rachel Fortune, Mr Conor Hanley and Mr Joe Clinton !!!!!! :D:D:D:D
Rachel is an Irish actress and musician from Co. Wicklow. She has taken part in many Irish plays, indie films, and music videos. Working with EITC, ModelBox Productions, and FRO Films amongst others, she most recently starred in a music video for FreezerRoom which is being used in the One For Ireland campaign against homelessness.
Conor started acting at a young age, performing in Loughrea Youth Theatre. He learned there, that a life on the stage is what I wanted. He then, moved to Dublin to persue this idea. There, Conor studied for two years in Bull Alley Theatre Company and a year in The Academy of Repetory Theatre. He has played a variety of roles including, Raleigh in Journeys End, Sweeney Todd, Casca in Julius Caeser, York in Henry VI Part 2, Robbie Faye in the Irish Premiere of a Man of No Importance, Loevburg in Hedda Gabler, Belmore in the town Fopp and Len in Saved. Other work outside of theatre includes a nationwide tour of nursing homes and special needs centers and a small roll in the TG4 documentary drama 1916 seactar dearmaithe. Horror is a genre Conor has not yet experienced and he is delighted to have had the chance to try it thanks to HAW!
Joe hails from County Donegal and got his first taste of the acting bug when he attended Cavan I.T after finishing school. After a successful year, he made the big move across seas to Scotland where he spend a year studying Musical Theatre in Coatbridge. He returned to the Emerald Isle after getting accepted into Bull Alley Theatre Company. He attended for two years and went on to attend the Academy of Repertory Theatre. He has played a variety of roles including: John Cobbler in ‘Famous Victories of Henry V, Reigner in ‘Henry VI part II, Christian in ‘Cyrano De’ Bergerac, The Wigmaker in Sweeney Todd, The Narrator in ‘Our Town’ and Tweedledee in ‘Alice in Wonderland’. He is delighted to be back on stage and can’t wait for you to see what ‘The Joining’ has to offer.