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Landmark ProductionsLandmark Productions is a leading theatre producer and general management company based in Dublin, Ireland. It was founded in 2003 by Anne Clarke, to produce work in Ireland and to tour Irish work abroad.
Since then, the company has managed four international tours for two theatres on three continents, and produced eleven shows, including six Irish premieres and four world premieres, in Ireland.
David Hare’s Skylight won outstanding critical acclaim and broke box office records at the Project in 2004. It was followed by Edward Albee’s Tony Award-winning play The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, which attracted similarly outstanding reviews; by the world premiere of Dandelions, which enjoyed two sell-out runs at the Olympia and introduced Fiona Looney as ‘a new voice in the theatre’ (Irish Times); and by Glen Berger’s existential detective story, Underneath the Lintel, which won nominations for Best Actor and Best Production during the Dublin Fringe Festival and subsequently undertook a national tour.
With The Helix, Landmark has co-produced three Christmas shows for children and young people – Neil Duffield’s adaptation of The Secret Garden, Rufus Norris’ Sleeping Beauty and Mary Elizabeth Burke-Kennedy’s version of Alice in Wonderland.
The company’s most recent productions include David Harrower’s Olivier Award-winning play Blackbird at the Project; the first stage incarnation of Ross O’Carroll-Kelly, The Last Days of the Celtic Tiger, and the world premiere of Fiona Looney’s play October, both at the Olympia; Frank McGuinness’s version of one of the great classics of world theatre, Miss Julie, at the Project, and David Harrower's Knives in Hens at Smock Alley.
Since its inception, the company has worked with a roll-call of Ireland’s finest directors, designers and actors, and is particularly proud of its long association with the creative team of director Michael Barker-Caven and designer Joe Vanek.