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Geraldine Aron was born in Galway, Eire and educated in Dublin and London. She has lived in Zambia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa. She has twin daughters and currently lives in London. Her theater credits include: My Brilliant Divorce (The Apollo Theatre, London; Druid Theatre, Ireland; Olivier Award nominee for Best Entertainment), Miracle Conway, Namaste, Mr Roper, Auntie Essie, Rustlers (Artscape Theatre, Cape Town), Olive And Hilary (The Arts Theatre, Ireland; Alex McGregor Trophy, McMarten Cup), The Donahue Sisters ( Druid Theatre, Ireland, Dublin Theatre Festival, Wimbledon Studio Theatre, London. Edinburgh Festival. Irish Arts Theatre, New York; winner All-Ireland One-Act Play Festival, Best Play, Drama Festival of France. Best Play, New Zealand Drama Festival. Dick Lauder Trophy 2010, The MacLennan Prize 2010, Mackenzie Shield 2010), A Galway Girl: (Druid Theatre, Ireland. Lyric Studio, London and Alan Ackbourn's Scarborough repertoire; Nominated for Best Play, 2010 London Fringe Awards, Edinburgh Fringe First. Winner All-Ireland One-Act Play Festival. BBC's choice for Prix Italia Awards Entry), Spider (Gate Theatre, Dublin), Same Old Moon (Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London; Amstel Playwright of the Year Award. Best Play, Ulster Play Festival 2001), Joggers (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough), The Stanley Parkers (Druid Theatre, Ireland; winner US Interstate Play Festival. The Alex McGregor Trophy. Wallace Bennett Cup 2010), and On The Blue Train (Arkansas Rep, USA.. Artscape, Cape Town, Grahamstown Drama Festival SA), Why Strelitzias Cannot Fly (Artscape, Theatre, Cape Town), The Spare Room (Artscape Theatre, Cape Town, Opera House, Pretoria, Durban. Academy Theatre, Johannesburg), Mickey Kannis Caught My Eye: (The Kings Head, London. The Edinburgh Festival. The Space Theatre, Cape Town. The Intimate, Johannesburg), The Shrinking Of Alby Chapman (Baxter Theatre Cape Town. Grahamstown Drama Festival), Zombie (The Space Theatre, Cape Town. The Port Elizabeth Opera House, S.A), Mr McConkey's Suitcase (Baxter Theatre, Cape Town), Bar And Ger (Space Theatre Cape Town, The Druid Theatre, Ireland, Royal National Theatre (Cottesloe) London, King's Head, Pentameters, The Lyric Studio, Edinburgh Festival; Edinburgh Fringe First. Variety Magazine’s Edinburgh’s Best Ten. Salter’s Cup UK, Kentucky State Thespian Award. RAPS Best Play.(South Africa) Transvaal Drama Festival, Best Play. The Eileen Harper Memorial Trophy). Film credits include The Donahue Sisters, Maestro (also released as The Young Toscanini), and Bar and Ger. Television credits include Mickey Kannis Caught My Eye (SABC-TV; SABC-TV Best Play Award. "Tonight" Award for Best Single Drama), Jimmicks (SABC-TV; SABC-TV Best Play Award), Harry’s Kid (SABC-TV; SASWA's Best Television Play Award. SABC-TV's Most Popular Drama Award), “The Touch of Pink” (SABC-TV), and Spider (SABC-TV).
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