Craic Theatre Podcast

Frank Fee

June 10, 2020 Oliver Corr Season 1 Episode 16
Craic Theatre Podcast
Frank Fee
Chapters
Craic Theatre Podcast
Frank Fee
Jun 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 16
Oliver Corr

Frank has been a stalwart of the local theatre scene for many, many years going back to the days of Coalisland Dramatic Society based at the old Parochial Centre in Coalisland with credits in “Arsenic and Old Lace” and “The Man Who Came to Dinner”. For the Bardic Theatre Donaghmore he played many roles including in Brian Friel’s “Lovers,” JB Keane’s classic “The Field” and the long running Wesley Burrow’s comedy “Affluence”. For the Craic Theatre. Frank has played in many of the Sam Cree comedies as well as in Friel’s “Translations” and “Freedom of the City” and the Martin McDonagh play “A Skull in Connemara”. And most recently as Canon Mick Byrne in Friel’s Philadelphia Here I Come     

Craic Theatre would like to acknowledge the support of Mid Ulster Council and the Arts Council NI with this podcast

Show Notes

Frank has been a stalwart of the local theatre scene for many, many years going back to the days of Coalisland Dramatic Society based at the old Parochial Centre in Coalisland with credits in “Arsenic and Old Lace” and “The Man Who Came to Dinner”. For the Bardic Theatre Donaghmore he played many roles including in Brian Friel’s “Lovers,” JB Keane’s classic “The Field” and the long running Wesley Burrow’s comedy “Affluence”. For the Craic Theatre. Frank has played in many of the Sam Cree comedies as well as in Friel’s “Translations” and “Freedom of the City” and the Martin McDonagh play “A Skull in Connemara”. And most recently as Canon Mick Byrne in Friel’s Philadelphia Here I Come     

Craic Theatre would like to acknowledge the support of Mid Ulster Council and the Arts Council NI with this podcast