Playwright Lisa Tierney-Keogh on passion and politics

For playwright Lisa Tierney-Keogh, theatre is the family business. But despite her pedigree, no one could have predicted what she would go on to do

11th August, 2019
Lisa Tierney-Keogh in Times Square in New York Pic: Maribel De La Torre

Lisa Tierney-Keogh doesn’t worry about what people will say about her. She has already been through too much in recent years for that: she has suffered from serious health problems; she’s become a mother; she has faced painful rejection for her work, and she has fought long and hard to have a platform in a patriarchal arts regime. She is long past self-consciousness and naïveté, and no longer fears others’ opinions....

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