Reviews

Review: Wet Paint

Review: Wet Paint

  Meantime, Barry, played with aplomb by the charismatic Casey himself, is the laddish type, bragging about his sexual exploits, swaggering about the workplace, but hiding problems and vulnerabilities that he has no way of divulging to others. Read the full review by the Irish Theatre...

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Review: Love Peace and Robbery

Review: Love Peace and Robbery

The Irish Examiner gave Love Peace and Robbery four stars, called the show excellent and said: Shane Casey gives a fine performance as the young criminal, Darren, who is edgy and frenetic” The Cork Independant said …with outstanding performances from three cork men, Aidan O’Hare, John Desmond and Shane Casey  

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Review: Disco Pigs

Sunday Times said of Disco Pigs Casey is excellent, conveying a sense of having suddenly outgrown his own skin, combining this effectively with an undertone of mania, hinting at something broken within Cork Independant said ‘Wow!’ Shane Casey and Samantha Heaney as Pig and Runt had the full house at times rocking with laughter while at other times reeling with revulsion and fear...

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Review: Lonestar

Irish Examiner gave Lonestar four stars and had the following to say: Shane Casey inhabits the rather manic character with ease, succeeding in betraying his angst as he drunkenly plays out scenes he witnessed in the war

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Review: Romeo & Juliet

The Irish Times review of Romeo & Juliet included the following: Those who can accommodate a comic emphasis are bound to relish it. The energy, athleticism, competence and quality of the five multi¬†character¬†actors are so engaging… The Evening Echo said Shane Casey is excellent

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