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Eoin CarneyEoin Carney

Originally from Ireland, Eoin Carney is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh. He moved from London to Pittsburgh in 1992 to pursue graduate studies in physics, obtaining his doctorate in 1999. He also took classes at Pittsburgh Filmmakers during this period. His first play, Underlings, received readings at the 2004 Pittsburgh New Works Festival and, in 2008, at the Great Plains Theatre Conference. In November 2005, his ten-minute play, Pendulum, was produced as part of the Future Tenant Ten-Minute Play Festival in downtown Pittsburgh.

The Rendering of Conor McShea

It’s 1980s Belfast and Republican paramilitary Rory is struggling to keep his unit together and to stick to his code of only targeting armed adversaries. Matters are not helped when a young American, Conor McShea, is left in his charge. Grandson of an icon of the Republican movement, Conor has arrived on Irish shores to kick “the cause” into high gear with his no-nonsense approach and grand ambition.