Though polar opposites, neighbours Kate and Charlie shared a love of indie films, wild swimming, and all-things-Alex Turner in their teens, right before everything changed.
They lost touch almost a decade ago, but when a picture of Charlie is shared online, Kate finds herself spiraling on a rooftop after a rave, trying to work out what happened between her and the most remarkable person she’d ever met.
Saturday, July 10, 2021 19:30
Cast and Creatives
Myrn Devaney is an actor and writer from Galway. She graduated from Bow Street Screen Acting Academy and the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in 2018 and will be attending the London Film School to undertake an MA in Screenwriting in September 2021.
PUP (shortlisted for Hope Mill Theatre’s Through the Mill playwriting award 2021) and The Jar (awarded ‘Best Playwright’ and nominated for ‘Best Play’ and ‘Best Lead Performer’ at London’s Scenesaver awards 2021).
Lauren Farrell is delighted to be back working with Myrn on Stuck on a Puzzle after the immense pleasure she had filming and performing The Jar for the Fight Back Festival last year.
Recent screen credits include: Smother for RTE, Forever in My Heart for Hallmark and Vikings for MGM/The History Channel.
Theatre credits also include: A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man, directed by Jimmy Fay for The New Theatre, The Edge Of Our Bodies also directed by Jimmy Fay in Smock Alley and Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
She trained at Bow St Academy (2018) and is also a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York .
While living in New York she studied and performed improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade. She has a penchant for comedy and dabbles in Stand Up.
Currently The New Theatre accepts online booking only and does not accept cash or cards on site.