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An Chomhairle Ealaíon Playography In English


Raymond Scannell


Raymond Scannell is a multi-disciplinary arts practitioner who works in a freelance capacity as a writer, performer, musician & sound designer. His solo play Deep won ‘Best Male Performer’ and was nominated for the ‘Spirit of the Fringe’ at the Dublin Fringe Festival Awards 2013. Previous solo show Mimic toured nationally and internationally at cities including Galway, Kilkenny, Dublin (‘Best Male Performer’ Dublin Fringe Festival 2008’), PS122, New York (COIL festival), the Irish Arts Center, New York 2011, the Centre Cultural Irlandais, Paris, and Electric Picnic 2011. As an Actor, Raymond Scannell has toured internationally with Druid’s The Walworth Farce by Enda Walsh and played ‘Barney Bagnal’ in Druid’s Production of the Silver Tassie, as part of the Lincoln Center Festival 2011, New York. As Sound Designer Ray was commissioned by thisispopbaby Theatre Co. to compose original music for the Musical Alice in Funderland, (presented and Co-Produced at the Abbey Theatre, March 2012, Nominated for ‘Best Production’, Irish Times Theatre Awards 2013). Working primarily in theatre, Raymond Scannell also has an MA in Screenwriting from the IADT, Dun Laoghaire. Raymond was a participant in Six in the Attic, an Irish Theatre Institute resource sharing initiative.

Music Composed by

Teideal an Dráma Drámadóir
Alice in Funderland Raymond Scannell Phillip McMahon

A new musical loosely inspired by the classic story by Lewis Carroll.


Teideal an Dráma Drámadóir
Death at Intervals Kellie Hughes José Saramago

Adapted from José Saramago's novel, As Intermitências da Morte (translator Margaret Jull Costa), in collaboration with Olwen Fouéré, Raymond Scannell and Alma Kelliher.

The Bluffer's Guide to Suburbia Raymond Scannell

Sound Designer

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Far Away From Me Amy Conroy
Inspired by The Princess and the Pea.
Touched Ursula Rani Sarma

Music by

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Town Is Dead Phillip McMahon
Originally conceived and developed by Phillip McMahon and Raymond Scannell.