Olwen Fouéré is an actor, director and creator in theatre, film and visual art.
For the National: riverrun (performer, adapter and director), Romeo and Juliet, Peer Gynt, Lessness, Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards
For the RSC: Slaughter City
In London's West End: Dancing at Lughnasa
Other theatre includes: Ballyturk, Terminus, Woman and Scarecrow, The Wake, Playboy of the Western World, The Mai, By the Bog of Cats, Danse, Morob (translator, performer and co-director), The Fever, Death at Intervals, Embodied, Lessness, Salomé, A Tender Thing, Titus Andronicus, The Importance of Being Earnest, Maria de Buenos Aires, The Rite of Spring/Petrushka, Sodome, my love (performer and translator), Under Glass, Paula Spencer, la femme qui se cognait dans les portes, The Bull, Life is a Dream, The Diamond Body, The Pentagonal Dream, Angel/Babel, Chair, Passades, Here Lies, Here Lies in film
She features in many collaborations with visual artists including Ireland’s internationally renowned James Coleman and is currently working with artist Jesse Presley Jones, representing Ireland at the Venice Biennale 2017. She was an artistic director of Operating Theatre co-founded with composer Roger Doyle.