Plain Heroines and Park Theatre present

The 4th Country

By Kate Reid

KATE REID | ENSEMBLE
AOIFE KENNAN | ENSEMBLE
CORMAC ELLIOTT | ENSEMBLE
RACHAEL ROONEY | ENSEMBLE

 


 

Kate Reid

Kate Reid is a writer/performer who trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Since graduating in 2018, she has co-founded Plain Heroines and developed work for theatre and television.

Acting credits include: Measure for Measure (Cambridge Arts Theatre); Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons (Wardrobe Theatre); Do It For Her (Arcola Theatre); BOD (Bunker Theatre) and Screening (Airlock Films).

Writing credits include: A Girl, Standing (Theatre503); Refract (King’s Head Theatre); January (White Bear Theatre); The Cleaner (The Miniaturists at The Arcola) and Entropy (Park Theatre Script Accelerator).

She was a finalist for the Royal Court’s Lynne Gagliano Award 2019 and The 4th Country was a finalist for the Charlie Hartill Award 2020. She has also written for the sketch show Age Of Outrage (BBC One Wales), was runner-up for the David Nobbs New Comedy Writing Competition, and was a finalist in SISTER and South Of The River Pictures’ inaugural SCREENSHOT Competition. She is currently developing a pilot, The Other Half, for UKTV and TriForce Creative Network as a finalist of WriterSlam.

 

 

Aoife Kennan 

Aoife is an actor and writer, who trained at LAMDA.  

Theatre credits include : C-O-N-T-A-C-T (Aria Entertainment); The 4th Country and Good Women (VAULT Festival) and For Services Rendered (Jermyn Street Theatre). 

Television credits include: Victoria (ITV). 

Writing credits include: Madwomen (Edinburgh Fringe) and SCRATCHES (Jermyn Street Theatre). 

 

 

 

Cormac Elliott 

Cormac is an actor who trained at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Theatre credits include: Market Boy (Ivy Arts Theatre); Northhanger Abbey (Tread the Boards Theatre); Eris (The Bunker Theatre); B.O.D (The Bunker Theatre); Wildlife (The Old Red Lion); The 4th Country (The Vaults Festival) and Emoji Play and Side-Walks (Solas Nua). 

Film credits include: Does Your Mother Know (VAST Productions).

 

 

 

Rachael Rooney 

Rachael is a Northern Irish actress who trained at Rose Bruford on their Foundation and BA Acting course, graduating in 2019. 

Theatre includes: The Fourth Country (The Vaults), The Girl Who Was Very Good At Lying (Clapham Omnibus and Jermyn Street Theatre), The Assistants (The Actors Centre), Macbeth (Sam Wanamaker Festival) and Dig For Love (Lung Theatre).