Adapting a Classic:
Fishamble Theatre Company’s Gavin Kostick in conversation with writer Anne-Marie Casey
The Gate Lab is delighted to announce that Anne-Marie Casey will be in conversation about her adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women for the Gate stage.
This pre-show event is FREE but ticketed; very limited availability.
Please phone Gate Box Office on (01) 8744045
Anne-Marie Casey was a script editor and producer in UK TV and Film for ten years, first for Central Television, part of the ITV Network and then as a director of Warner Sisters Film and Television.
Since leaving production to concentrate on writing full time, she has been commissioned in the UK and Ireland in both film and TV. She has written several episodes of series television, including The Clinic (RTE 1), and has adapted two stories by Maeve Binchy, Anner House, a TV Movie broadcast on RTE 1 in 2007 and The Games Room for RTE Radio 1, broadcast in 2009.
She is currently writing a pilot script for BBC London and has a feature film in development with Parallel Films and the Irish Film Board. Her first novel will be published in the US in 2013 by Amy Einhorn books/Putnam.
Her play, Artemisia, about the artist Artemisia Gentileschi, produced by Turtle Key Arts Centre was performed in London in 1997. Little Women, based on the much-loved classic novel by Louisa May Alcott, is her first theatrical adaptation and her debut writing for the Gate Theatre, Dublin.
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