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Alan Mooney

Originally from Cork, Alan is a lighting artist who works principally in live performance including theatre, dance and opera.

Lighting design work for stage includes Something Different (Tinderbox), The History of the Troubles [accordin’ to my Da] (GBL Productions & Grand Opera House), Conversations on a Crosstown Algorithm (National Sculpture Factory), Present Laughter (Cork Arts Theatre), Tkuir (Outburst Queer Arts Festival), Julius Caesar (TU Dublin), The Half Moon (Green Shoot), The Revolution Will Be Streamed, We Like It Here and Assembly Required (Headrush, Ireland), Hatch (Fidget Feet Aerial Dance), Anthem (Sarah Baxter & Alice Malseed/CQAF Belfast), Two Fingers Up (SkelpieLimmer), Three Men in a Boat (Minnow Theatre), The Worst Café in the World (Big Telly), A Thought for Your Pennies (Tinderbox), Sweet Sensations (Teri FitzGerald/Dublin Fringe), He Ain’t Heavy (Silver Bullet Theatre Co.), Borderland (Soda Bread Theatre), Mary and Me (Wild Productions & Patrick Talbot Productions), Cock (Theatre Creature & Granary Theatre) and Song Factory (Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa, Granary Theatre).

Associate & Assistant Lighting Design credits include Mavra / Pierrot Lunaire (Royal Opera House; Associate to Lucy Carter), Lie Low (Ciara Elizabeth Smyth; Associate to Ciaran Bagnall) and How To Be A Dancer in Seventy-Two Thousand Easy Lessons (Teaċ Daṁsa & The Gate Theatre; Assistant to Adam Silverman).