Ronan Noone

MFA in Creative Writing Faculty

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Ronan Noone is a Boston-based playwright.  His work explores themes of immigration, dispossession, misanthropes, America, Ireland,  issues of social conscience, and the ability of a character to survive difficult and fascinating circumstances.  

Work


Plays

The Lepers of Baile Baiste
The Blowin of Baile Gall 
The Atheist 
Brendan 
Little Black Dress 
A Small Death 
The Second Girl


Screenplays

Little Black Dress
Brendan


Plays produced through:

Boston Playwrights’ Theatre; Sugan Theatre Company; Irish Arts Center in New York; Huntington Theatre Company; Barrow Street Theatre

Developed work for television with:

Pretty Matches Productions; High Noon Entertainment

Works Published by:

Samuel French; Smith and Kraus; Baker’s Plays; Dramatist’s Play Service

Awards 

Boston Globe Critic’s Pick, Independent Reviewers of New England Best Play Award and National Playwriting Award at the American College Theatre Festival for The Lepers at Baile Baiste. Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding New Script for The Blowin of Baile Gall. 2003 Boston Magazine’s Best Young Playwright.

Education

M.A.,Playwriting, Boston University 
Politics and Mathematics, NUI Galway, Ireland