Announcing the 2022 FUEL Artists

We are delighted to announce the artists taking part in FUEL 2022: Martina Carey, Luke Casserly, Edwin Mullane and Eva's Echo Theatre Company.

Each artists will embark on the creation of a new theatre piece during the 9-month FUEL programme which includes mentorship, workshops, residency periods, a showcase event in The Mick Lally Theatre, networking events, funding and producing advice.

Martina Carey is a Galway-based actress, presenter, stage manager and a creative artist who has worked with companies such as RTÉ Jr, Fíbín/TG4, the Gaiety School of Acting, Glasnevin Cemetery, Decadent Theatre, Galway Youth Theatre, Passion Machine Arcana and Zelig Theatre.

Luke Casserly is a theatre artist and director from Longford. He makes devised theatre which is invested in stretching out new conversations around the environment through non-conventional theatre forms.

Edwin Mullane is an actor, director and producer based in Sligo. His work spans theatre, radio, TV and film. He is co-founder and current artistic director of award-winning theatre company The Corps Ensemble.

Eva’s Echo Theatre Company is a Galway-based theatre company founded by Rena Bryson and Hazel Doolan in 2017. Their mission is to bring innovative theatre set in modern Ireland to both theatre lovers and new audiences while consistently challenging themselves creatively.

Read more about the 2022 FUEL artists and their projects here.

FUEL is supported by the Arts Council, Kumi & Bill Martin, Jim & Lori Steinberg and FinanceBoston.