Mark O'Rowe is an Irish playwright whose plays include Howie the Rookie (Bush Theatre, London, 1999), From Both Hips (Fishamble, 1997), Made in China (Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 2001), Crestfall (Gate Theatre, Dublin, 2003), Terminus (Abbey Theatre, 2007) and Our Few and Evil Days (Abbey Theatre, 2014). His version of Ibsen's Hedda Gabler was staged by the Abbey Theatre in 2015.
His screenplays include Broken (2012), based on the novel by Daniel Clay, Perrier’s Bounty (2009), Boy A (2007), based on the novel by Jonathan Trigell, and Intermission (2004).
Author photo by Ros Kavanagh.
Five plays from the sensational voice of new writing for Irish theatre.
A blackly comic vision of Dublin infested with demons.
A white-knuckle ride through a nightmare Dublin, where enemies and allies are interchangeable.
A blackly comic drama set in a crazed, completely re-imagined Dublin underworld, full of martial arts, rogue cops and savage low-lifes. From the award-winning writer of Howie the Rookie.
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A chilling yet deeply human story about the limits of devotion.
A fluid yet faithful adaptation of Ibsen's masterpiece.
Both psychological puzzle and quietly devastating tragedy, Mark O'Rowe's The Approach explores the inner lives of three women as they desperately try to make sense of their world.