Eoghan Carrick | Director

Director

Eoghan Carrick

Biography

Eoghan Carrick is a theatre and opera maker working in Ireland and internationally. He works on new and established texts with a focus on innovative interpretations and interdisciplinary collaboration. He is an associate artist with Once Off Productions. Previous associate and assisting credits for opera include Donnacha Dennehy’s The Hunger (Tom Creed/Abbey Theatre), Bartok’s Bluebeard’s Castle (Enda Walsh/Irish National Opera), Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh’s The Second Violinist (Enda Walsh/Landmark Productions & INO); Handel’s Acis and Galatea, Wolf-Ferrari’s Susanna’s Secret and Poulenc’s The Human Voice (Tom Creed/Opera Theatre Company); and Puccini’s Suor Angelica and Mozart’s The Magic Flute (Tom Creed/Royal Irish Academy of Music). He was dramaturg on Opéra national de Paris Académie/Opera Collective Ireland’s production of Britten’s Owen Wingrave directed by Tom Creed. Recent directing credits include: Rescue Annie (Dublin Fringe Festival, 2021), 14 voices from the Bloody Field (Abbey Theatre, 2020), Bodies of Water (Dublin Fringe Festival, 2019; DFF Best Design Nomination), Midsummer (Project Arts Centre, 2019), Theatre For One (Cork Midsummer Festival, 2019; Irish Times Theatre Nomination Best Ensemble), INFINITY (Dublin Fringe Festival, 2018; First Fortnight Award, DFF Best Design Award, DFF Best Performer Nomination), Nora (Dublin Theatre Festival, 2017).

September 2021