MA in Playwriting & Dramaturgy from NUI Galway (1st class honours). Shortlisted for Alpine Fellowship Theatre Prize 2020. Remote Control Residency 2021, Gap Day 2021. Theatre57 TEST-residency 2022.
Collaborating with and supported by:
Kone Foundation |
Theatre 57 |
Eva’s Echo Theatre | Brú Theatre | Town Hall Theatre Galway | Galway County Arts Office | Galway City Council | Arts Council Ireland | Arts Promotion Center Finland
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Hämeenlinnan kaupunkiuutiset 14.7.2020 #someteatteri #koronankohottamat
Playwright & Poet
I was born in Finland the year Chernobyl exploded, and I am exactly the same age as Lady Gaga. I sing when I feel safe enough, but mostly I write poems about sailors and restless people, create beautiful & disturbing poetic drama, and wear a lot of green clothes. I’m a delight to work with and besides being an artist, I also have experience-based understanding of the production and marketing side of things.
I work as a playwright, dramaturg & poet, and spoken word performer. I also do gigs with my performance art piece Poetry Fortunes. I am based in Aran Islands, where I first visited when I was seventeen, and never have I ever felt a home elsewhere in the world – so after few twists and turns and another seventeen years, I moved over. I work both in Finland and in Ireland, and am always interested in opportunities, especially in the fields specified below.
I have no special talents but a passionate interest toward
Recent Creative Work
The Other World
Playwright, director. A work-in-progress about bare feet and ways to care without succeeding.
Someteatteri Koronankohottamat – Nyrkki
käsikirjoitus Jenni Nikinmaa, esiintyjä Henna Hakkarainen, ohjaus Eija Ahvo, konsepti Anna Krogerus.
Get in Touch
- +353 89 9765 728 (Ireland)
- +358 44 07447 09 (Finland)
“I must be a mermaid, Rango. I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living.”Anaïs Nin