Genre: Comedy, Drama
Playwright: Sharman Macdonald; Director: John Keating

Embracing her Scottish culture and wit, Sharman Macdonald’s When I Was A Girl I Used To Scream and Shout is a bitingly funny, delicately crafted memory play, exploring the parallel growing pains of a mother and daughter. Set in 1983, the play takes a stripped and honest look at the relationship between childless, unmarried Fiona and her crisp, divorced mother Morag, with whom she is sharing a Scottish beach holiday. As the play unfolds we discover it was in the very same resort where at least a decade previously, the young Fiona struggling with an imposed view of religion and sexuality, deliberately got pregnant to prevent Morag's remarriage and her mother's one chance of happiness.

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.

Open:   04/14/16
Close:   05/08/16

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Tuesdays @ 7pm
Wed-Fri @ 8pm
Sat @ 2pm and 8pm
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Theater:   Clurman Theater (Theater Row)
Address:   410 W 42nd St
New York, NY 10036
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Presented by: Fallen Angel Theatre Company         Official Web Site: www.fallenangeltheatre.org

Aedín Moloney (Morag) recently played Margaret Willoughby in Mint Theatre Company’s production of Women Without Men.  Other recent work includes: Sister Mary Michael in Steven Soderbergh’s The Knick for Cinemax. Aedín workshopped & originated the role of George Eliot for the world premiere of A Most Dangerous Woman by Cathy Tempelsman, at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, and for which Aedín won Best Actress 2013 by NJFootlights, followed by the role of Dol in The Alchemist by Ben Jonson, adapted and directed by Bonnie Monte also at STNJ. She recorded alongside Peter Gerety, Dana Ivey & Reg E Cathey in two audio plays by award winning author Arthur Yorinks and directed by Jim Simpson – Ironwill, and Dubliners: A Quartet presented by WNYC NPR Radio. Aedín is founder and producing artistic director of Fallen Angel Theatre Company & played the title role in the company’s premiere of Eva the Chaste, and the acclaimed production of Airswimming at the Irish Rep.  NYC theatre credits include: 8 leading roles at the Irish Repertory theatre, including the role of Rose in the hit revival of Dancing at Lughnasa, and Hobsons Choice at Altantic Theatre. Regional work has included Under Milk Wood directed by Mark Lamos at Hartford Stage.  After attending Trinity College, Dublin, she started her career at the Gaiety Theatre, playing Molser in The Plough and the Stars directed by Joe Dowling. She went on to work throughout the UK including BAC, The Bristol Old Vic and Sheffield Crucible.  British & Irish TV roles include: The Bill, The Moth, Ballykissangel and Law and Order: Criminal Intent here in the US. Film credits include: Nora, Far & Away, Agnes Brown & The Captives.  Aedín is also collaborating with her father, Paddy Moloney of The Chieftains, on a full length audio version of the Penelope chapter from Ulysses by James Joyce, with music direction and composition by Mr. Moloney. She is very grateful to her beloved parents and sweetheart Arnie Segarra. www.aedinmoloney.com

Barrie Kreinik (Fiona) is thrilled to be making her Fallen Angel debut! Most recently, she performed in the Off Broadway run of 39 Steps at the Union Square Theatre. Other New York theatre credits include A Little Night Music (Gallery Players), The Philanderer (Theater Ten Ten), Ubu (NYMF), Good Lonely People (Planet Connections), and numerous readings and workshops. Regionally, she played the role of Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof at Goodspeed Musicals, for which she received a CT Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Featured Actress. Other regional credits include The How and the Why (Trinity Rep), She’s Not There (Playwrights Rep), Othello, Love’s Labours Lost, and Romeo and Juliet (Virginia Shakespeare Festival). She has also narrated numerous audio books. In addition to performing, Barrie works as a freelance acting and dialect coach. She holds an MFA in Acting from Brown/Trinity Rep and a BA in Theatre and English from Cornell University. Love and gratitude to M&D. www.barriekreinik.com

Colby Howell (Ewan) is thrilled to be making his Off Broadway debut! He is a recent graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NYC) where his involvement with the Academy Theatre Company took him to new heights with roles such as: Billy Claven in The Cripple of Inishmaan, Davis in Really Really, Jason Willette in Rabbit Hole and he even took on his Shakespeare debut as Feste in Twelfth Night. Additionally, he's had the privilege of working with Tony Award winners Jerry Zaks (Six Degrees of Separation, Guys and Dolls), Kathleen Marshall (Anything Goes, Nice Work...) and most recently Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon). Prior to moving to the city, he took part in different musicals including roles such as Bobby Strong in Middle Tennessee State University's production of Urinetown, Sonny Malone in Xanadu and more. He would like to thank his friends and family for their unconditional love and support.

Zoe Watkins (Vari) trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and is very proud to be making her Off Broadway debut with Fallen Angel Productions. Theatre Credits include: Artemis — Rocking Dead: Bedlam, Ada Barber — The Report, Thea — Agamemnon Home (World Premiere), Mary — Memory of Water, Margaret — Good People, Juliet — Cockney Shakespeare, Grumio — Taming of The Shrew. Nina — Moonfleece (US Premiere), Nurse Ratchett — One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Hermia — A Midsummer Night's Dream, Mrs. Lynch — Coram Boy. Film & TV Credits include Louie, Pig Newton Productions/ FX; Wall Street English, EUX Media; Got Skillz, Cutting Hedge Productions.  Zoë is gradually and proudly becoming a Britmerican! www.zoe-watkins.com