Thomas Magill is Misterman.
The self-appointed guardian of Inishfree’s moral welfare. Thomas lives inside his own head but today that safe place is beginning to doubt itself. Outside, the people need to be watched though. Someone’s got to keep their eyes peeled for the bad. But when all the words have stopped inside his head, will Inishfree and Thomas survive Thomas’s judgement day?
Misterman is a terrific study of religious mania, loneliness and longing. It really rocks. The Arts Desk
Enda Walsh is a multi-award winning Irish playwright who had his break through in 1996 with his play Disco Pigs. He has had success both as a playwright and screenwriter, writing multiple stage plays, screen plays and the musical Once, which won eight Tony Awards, a Grammy and two Olivier Awards.
Warren Taylor (actor) trained as an actor at Arts Ed. His credits include: John Barker (The Angry Brigade), Petruchio (Taming of The Shrew) Mozart (Don Juan & Mozart) Brian (Shopping and F***ing) Puck (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) Inspector Abberline (A Templar, A Tanner, A Taxman and Thee) Understudy Clifford Anderson (Deathtrap UK Tour) Vincent Van Gogh (Vincent In Brixton). Film work includes Adrian (VACANT) Ziggy (Ziggy Got Bit) Greg (My Name Is Mercedes) and Ian (Brothers), which is being shown as a part of film festivals around the world. Most recently Warren was the leading man in a music video for the band ‘Oh Sweet Sumthin’.
Press for this production
Under Alex Howarth’s assured direction, the intensity of the play is magnified. Warren Taylor’s coruscating and devastating performance is both sympathetic and horrifying…Thomas’s inner world is brought to life brilliantly through Rachel Sampley’s design. From starry beauty and graceful doves to the looming characters as Thomas voices their words – their faces are never clear as their sins and threats are what Thomas remembers – Sampley’s mesmerising projections and lighting, alongside inspired sound and music, add another facet to Thomas’s fracturing mind and create something extraordinary. ★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions
Photographs by Claire Bilyard