L to R: Marcus Lamb, Adam Traynor
Click is a witty yet poignant story of two lifelong friends trying to survive.
As they wait for rescue talk turns to life, love, limbs, why Pauly’s wife cheated on him, how Jacko discovered his ex-girlfriend’s little secret and what it means to be a modern man. As the hours pass not only are their lives in jeopardy but so is their friendship as buried secrets threaten to destroy everything.
About Michael Collier
Michael is a Dublin born writer and educator. He began his career in the area of film and television graduating from D.I.T. Film course in 1998. Since then he has worked as a cameraman on various projects for RTE, TG4 and BBC to name but a few. A number of years ago he decided to produce his own documentaries and films and set up his own production company, Parting Shot Productions. At this point he began writing and over the next few years he wrote short and feature screenplays. However in recent years he discovered a passion for the theatre and decided to combine the two; theatre and writing. Click is Michael’s debut play as a writer. He is currently drafting his next play.
About Marcus Lamb
Marcus graduated from The Gaiety School of Acting full-time course in 2004. He has worked in the areas of Theatre, Film & Television, and Radio.
His previous theatre roles include: Rabbits Have the Right Idea (International); Universal Export (Project); The Marowitz Hamlet (Focus); Chance (Tall Tales Theatre Company), ‘DruidSynge’ (Lincoln Centre, New York, Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, Irish Tour 2005), ‘The Playboy of the Western World/The Shadow of the Glen’ (Druid: Perth, Australia, Tokyo, Japan, US Tour 2008/UK Tour 2009), ‘King Lear’ (Second Age), ‘An tSeanbhrog’ (Salamander) and ‘Hamlet’ (Second Age)
His Film & Television roles include: The Running Mate, Aifric, Ros na Run, ‘Eabha’, (TG4), The Tudors (BBC/HBO); Stolen Child (RTE), The Clinic (RTE), ‘Game of Thrones’ (HBO), ‘Corp agus Anam’ (TG4), and playing Antonin Artaud in ‘The Door Ajar’, (Zanzibar Films).
About Adam Traynor
Adam graduated with a Honors BA in Drama from the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama. He has worked in the areas of Theatre, Film and Television. His previous Theatre roles include: John Proctor “The Crucible”2010(Grangegorman), Liam “Orphans”(Focus)2011 “Hearing Voices”(Civic)2008, “Euripides Must Die”(DIT)2009 and “Tough Guys”(Civic)2007). His Film and Television roles include: Ceart agus Coir(TG4)2011, The Promised Land(2011), Jay and Jacinta(2008), A Fistful of Diamonds(2010) and Mommy’s Boys(2010)