Alison assistant director for ‘Letters Of A Country Postman’ at The Everyman

Kilworth's Alison McCormack is part of the creative team behind John B Keane's 'Letters Of A Country Postman'.

Kilworth’s Alison McCormack is part of the creative team behind John B Keane’s ‘Letters Of A Country Postman’ which opened at Cork’s Everyman Theatre on Friday night.

She is the play’s assistant director and is part of an impressive team under director, Sophie Motley.

Alison is well klnown locally for her performing skills both in acting and singing having taken part in a number of musicals in Mitchelstown and Fermoy.

She is also signed up for Fermoy Musical Society’s presentation of ‘All Shook Up’ later in the year under the direction of Brendan Dunlea.

In 2020, Alison graduated from Cork School of Music with a degree in Drama and Theatre Studies and the following year, she set up Four Faced Theatre Company, a theatre group operating out of the heart of Cork City. Recently, she directed the group’s debut production DNA by Dennis Kelly, which ran in Cork Arts Theatre in February 2022.

Some of her other directing credits include Director for Working (CIT Musical Society), Assistant Director for ‘The Halfpenny Opera’ (Cork School of Music), Assistant Director for ‘Treasure Island’ and ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ (Jabberwocky Productions).

‘Letters Of A Country Postman’ which stars Tadhg Hickey as ‘Mockyn Fondoo’ the postman along with Madi O’Carroll, Chloe O’Reilly, Danny O’Mahony and Darragh Feehely, runs until Saturday, August 27