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    Veronica Norby

    I have been working along side AnNua and Associates since 2009 on our first production RAIN. I really look forward to each new work, new ideas, the poetry, new stories. It's enjoyable and exciting, a fun creative experience with talented artists and associates.
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    Vin McCullagh. Writer and Actor.

    I learn from rehearsal and from watching as the words on the page become performance. I never dreamt I would be on stage myself.
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    Writers working with AnNua

    AnNua work with new writers in Ireland and in Australia and internationally. we seek to create new works in traditional and experimental forms.

    Actors and Artists

    We are currently updating our associates list and we are eager to hear from all varieties of artists. If you would like to contribute ideas, script or to be involved with us please contact hello@annuaproductions.com and attach a brief bio.
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    Artsurgery Ireland Artists Collective

    ArtSurgery Ireland is a hub for social innovators and community minded artists of all kinds including theatre practitioners and the many artists who work through AnNua. It is based in a disused suite of doctors’ surgeries in Buncrana, Co. Donegal.
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    Allyson Wuenschel

    Allyson’s enthusiasm for performing is matched by her love of teaching. As
    the viola teacher at the Arizona School for the Arts, Allyson is fortunate
    to work with bright, young musicians on a daily basis.
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    Marti Coyle Muscian (Balkan Alien Sound)

    "Working with An Nua has give me the chance to both create and perform simultaneously. A real live experience in every sense."
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    Gay McIntyre Muscian

    Gay McIntyre has provided live and recorded sax and clarinet for AnNua on several occasions. Gay has played all over Europe and continues to be one of Derry's most celebrated musicians. We are currently working toward Rain for which Gay has offered up this beautiful rendition of Waltzing Matilda.
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    Christopher Norby Composer and Muscian

    Based in America, Christopher is a founding member of AnNua and has worked on Rain (2009) and Artaud (2011) and currently Civilians.
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    John O’Neill Audio Visual

    John began his creative life in the theatre as a technician and lighting designer. He went on to produce through BBC, RTE and several film companies. John is a welcome addition to the team creating 'Home'. He will edit and operate audio visual component of the production while collecting material from migrant populations in Ireland and Liverpool. John has worked as a writer, producer, cameraman and on sound production. He is Derry based.
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    Róisín Fletcher Production Manager

    Róisín has a broad experience directing, producing and in providing artist liaison for several theatre companies including Walk the Plank, CocoLoco and Hope Street theatres. She has also created new works featuring story, song, live music, music installation, projection and audience participation. Róisín is a graduate of Liverpool John Moores University and is Liverpool Bssed. She helped to produce the award winning 'The Return of Colm CIlle' during Derry City of Culture 2013.
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    Lorna McLaughlin (The Henry Girls)

    Being part of AnNua is very important for me. It introduces me to a wider network of artists working in the area and I feel part of a community because of it. Also I love getting the chance to work with other art forms, for example puppetry, which I might not otherwise get a chance to do. It's an exciting, innovative and forward thinking collective to be part of and I love it!!
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    Karen Torley Banyan Puppet Theatre

    Collaborating with AnNua proved to be a fruitful and enriching experience. Working with a talented group of performers from different disciplines was a joy along with having the opportunity to take puppetry to an adult audience. The production 'Derry 24' is a very creative and unique production for performers and audiences. I’m looking forward to the next chapter!