Concept,Choreography,Direction, Author -  Oona Doherty

Performers -  Original Cast  -Aoife Mac Atamney, Louise Tanoto, Tilly webber, Janie Doherty, Justine Cooper, Oona Doherty.

                         Touring Cast, Originals plus, Olivia Ancona, Solene Weinachter, Keren Rosenberg, Stephanie McMann.

Future Forest Cast - We would like to one day perform all together with Also Olwyn Fuere (White Wolf) and some other ladies, who benefit and be of benefit to the ritual. See future tour page for more info.

Sound- David Holmes 

David Holmes: Sound Design is a Belfast born DJ & producer. In his varied professional life, he has produced five of his own albums and over 20 film soundtracks.

David’s first solo record, This Film’s Crap, Let’s Slash the Seats was released in 1995; two years later came Let’s Get Killed; and 2000’s Bow Down to the Exit Sign was created as the soundtrack to a not-yet-made movie.

David staked out new creative ground His last solo album, The Holy Pictures (2008) was nominated for the Irish Choice Music Prize and the Meteor Awards and the lead track ‘I heard Wonders’ became an overnight hit when it appeared in Danny Boyles opening Olympic ceremony. David’s album The Dogs Are Parading followed and was a ‘best of’ that took us on a journey through one of the most creative and musically cinematic minds of the last two decades.

His collaborative album project Unloved and ‘Late Night Tales’ mix compilation were released to huge acclaim in 2016. Unloved will release they’re second album early 2018.

David’s work for film has flourished over the years. His successful partnership with director Steven Soderbergh was developed on films Out of Sight (1998), Ocean’s 11 (2001) and its sequels, then Haywire and more recently Logan Lucky and Mosaic for HBO. David also created the acclaimed soundtracks for Michael Winterbottom’s Code 46, Oliver Hirschbiegel’s Five Minutes of Heaven and Yann Demange’s ’71 for which David won an Ivor Novello Award for 'Best Score' in 2015. Collaborating with Leo Abrahams David created the score for the award winning Steve McQueen film Hunger (Winner: Best Score in the Irish Film and Television Awards 2009). In 2015 David made his directorial debut with his short film entitled I Am Here.

David also founded Canderblinks Films in Belfast with lifelong friends Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn who also directed its first feature, Good Vibrations (2013) winning several awards and was nominated for many more. David has also scored all 3 of the BBC series The Fall starring Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan. Also for the BBC, David's score to the series London Spy won an Ivor Novello Award for 'Best Score' in 2016. He also scored the cult film Mindhorn starring Julian Barratt and Steve Coogan in the same year.

David recently produced Noel Gallagher’s new album ‘Who Built The Moon’.

David is now scoring Killing Eve written by Fleabags Phoebe Waller-Bridge 

 

Lights + Set -Ciaran Bagnall 

Ciaran Bagnall is an Artistic Associate of Prime Cut Productions.

He trained at the Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff. Designs for Prime Cut include Set & Lighting design for Hard to be Soft, Red, Scorch, Secret City, The God of Carnage, Tejas Verdes, Villa, Discurso, The Conquest of Happiness, I Am My Own Wife, The Baths, Shoot the Crow, Scarborough, Woman & Scarecrow, Still Life Still and Lighting design on Mydidae, Right here, Right now, Antigone and After the End. 

 Other Set & Lighting Design includes: Beauty & The Beast (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); The Great Gatsby (Gate Theatre, Dublin); The Train, Observe the Sons of Ulster marching towards the Somme (Abbey Theatre, Dublin); Ashes, Educating Rita, Two, Two 2, A view from the Bridge, Love Story, Twelfth Night, Piaf, Of Mice and Men, Tull, The Glass Menagerie, Habeas Corpus, Secret Thoughts, Oleanna (Octagon Theatre, Bolton); A Christmas Treasure Island, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella (Hull Truck); Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe, London); Singin’ in the Rain (UK Tour, Best Set Design Manchester Theatre Awards); Othello (RSC, Stratford upon Avon); Lally the Scut (MAC, Belfast); Snookered (Bush Theatre, London); The Killing of Sister George (Arts Theatre, London); A Slight Ache and Landscape (Lyttelton Theatre, National Theatre London).

 

 Other Lighting Design includes: Hamlet (Octagon, Bolton); Someone to watch over me, (Irish Tour): Dido, Queen of Carthage (Swan Theatre, RSC); After the Dance (Theatre by the Lake, Keswick); The Weir, The Pillowman (Gaiety, Dublin); Three Sisters, St Joan, Pentecost (Lyric Theatre, Belfast, Best Lighting Design Irish Times Theatre Awards); These Rooms, Sunder (ANU Site Specific Productions, Dublin); After Miss Julie (Project Arts, Dublin & MAC, Belfast); Perseverance Drive (The Bush Theatre, London); Home (National Theatre Shed, London); Much Ado about Nothing (RSC, Stratford Upon Avon & London West End).

Film + Photo  Luca Truffarelli 

Truffarelli graduated in photography in 2011 and started experimenting and challenging himself in the field of visual arts. In the past few years he has been involved mostly in contemporary dance and theatre work not only as a photographer/video maker but also as a visual designer and artistic collaborator. Among other projects, the short films Table Manners/Stopping at Red Lights and Freedom – to go!, by the choreographer Ingrid Nachstern, have been awarded prizes in several international dance film festivals. The contemporary dance show Tardigrade, by Company Philip Connaughton, was awarded best design at Tiger Fringe Festival 2015 and also worked as stage designer for their most recent dance-opera Extraterrestial Events presented at the Dublin Dance festival in 2017.  Luca has been a collaborator in Oona Doherty's work since 2015. Making five films together. With European screenings 2017 onwards. Truffarelli worked with Federico Ortica on several projects including the video installation Here and Through. Since 2016 he has been working on a new project with the composer Greg Haines that will be released in 2018.

Production Manager  Siobhan Barber

Siobhan Barbour is a stage and production manager currently based in Belfast. Other work with Prime Cut includes Hard To Be Soft, Red, Scorch and After Miss Julie. Her other professional credits include work for The Old Vic, Royal Court, Lyric Theatre, The MAC, Outburst Queer Arts Festival, Belfast International Arts Festival, Amnesty International, Happy Days International Beckett Festival, Belfast Children's Festival, Tinderbox, Rawlife, TheatreofplucK, Big Telly, Green Shoot, Chicago Opera Vanguard and Walk the Plank. 

Produced by  Prime Cut Productions

Supported by La Briqueterie – CDCN du Val-de-Marne, Atelier de Paris - CDCN, Espaces Pluriels scène conventionnée d’intérêt national danse Pau, Maison de la Danse de Lyon, Pôle Sud - CDCN Strasbourg, Le Pacifique - CDCN Grenoble, L’Avant-Scène Cognac, Belfast International Festival, British Council, Culture Ireland, Arts Council of Northern Ireland