EVA THE CHASTE

Genre: Drama
Written by Barbara Hammond, Directed by John Keating

Eva the Chaste, written by Barbara Hammond and produced by Fallen Angel Theatre Company, immerses the audience in the pivotal passions and pressing responsibilities of a woman whose twenty-year sprint away from her past comes crashing to a close as dawn breaks over Dublin Bay. Hammond set out to reveal, through the use of spoken thought, a genuine and intimate portrait of a woman at the crossroads, both literally and figuratively, of her life. The script, set in Dublin and Paris, explores the profound and unpredictable bond between a mother and a daughter; the grasp for life at the approach of death; and the road to hell — shining, smooth and paved with good intentions.


About the Company: Fallen Angel Theatre Company

Fallen Angel Theatre is a non-profit company based in New York committed to presenting the most outstanding & dynamic new Irish & British plays written by and about women. This wealth of new female writing has largely been untapped in the US. Founded in 2003, Fallen Angel Theatre is the first American company with the goal of interpreting these plays in a fresh, exciting and commercially viable way for New York audiences.

Fallen Angel Theatre has a goal to create a new and diverse audience base that transcends cultural barriers thanks to the quality and universal themes in the writing we present.

Fallen Angel Theatre has strong ties to the community and has an outreach program working with area non profits, organisations & individuals, with the goal of expanding education and knowledge about their work in the community. Our work with these non-profits takes different forms. We facilitate a two-way collaboration with the organizations in the development stages of our project which benefits both the organization's members and our company members during the Production process. We also support organizations by contributing a percentage of our box office takings towards their causes.





Cast: Aedin Moloney
Open:   07/06/11
Close:   07/24/11

Schedule:
Tues @ 7pm; Wed-Sat @ 8pm; Sun @ 3pm
Theater:   Clurman Theater (Theater Row)
Address:   410 W 42nd St
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:$41.25
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Telecharge at 212-239-6200
Presented by: Fallen Angel Theatre Company         Official Web Site: www.fallenangeltheatre.org

Aedín Moloney is Founder/ Artistic Director of Fallen Angel Theatre Company. She has called New York City home for 16 years.  She recently played Rose Mundy in the acclaimed production of Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa at the Irish Repertory Theatre.  Some of Aedín’s previous acting and producing credits in New York include: The World Premiere of Eva the Chaste (by Barbara Hammond) in which Moloney created the title role and performed at the Clurman Theatre, Talent (by Victoria Wood) and Cell (by award winning poet, Paula Meehan) with Fallen Angel Theatre Company. Other acting credits include: Hobson’s Choice at the Atlantic Theatre directed by David Warren, Under Milk Wood (Dylan Thomas) at the Hartford Stage Theatre directed by Mark Lamos, Madame Killer (by Honor Molloy) with Clubbed Thumb Theatre Company and MacBeth with Gorilla Repertory Theatre.  Her other work with the Irish Repertory Theatre includes: Shadow of a Gunman (by Sean O’Casey), Playboy of the Western World (by John Millington Synge), Eclipsed (by Patricia Burke Brogan), Juno and the Paycock (by Sean O’Casey), Same Old Moon (by Geraldine Aron) and Pigtown (by Mike Finn).  Her work with the Irish Arts Center includes: Bar and Ger (by Geraldine Aron) and Celtic Tiger Me Arse (by Don Creedon).  Aedín has had extensive recurring roles with the BBC (UK), ITV (UK) and Channel Four (UK). Other TV Work in Great Britain and New York include: Ballykissangel, The Moth, The Bill, Vanity Fair, Law and Order (Criminal Intent).  A selection of Aedín’s Film credits include: Nora, playing James Joyce’s sister, Eva (also starring Ewan McGregor), Far and Away (directed by Ron Howard), The Captives (also starring Tim Roth), Agnes Brown (directed by Angelica Houston) and Diary of a Madman. Aedín is currently working on developing a piece for Fallen Angel based on the writings of National Book Award winner, Colum McCann.