Darren Gilshenan

Darren most recently directed Queenie van de Zandt’s new one-woman show Parting The Red Curtain (Neil Gooding Productions), which can be seen at the Brisbane and Sydney Comedy Festivals this year.

Darren’s directing credits also include The Poet’s Quest, The Paper Tiger and Poetry at Play for Poetry In Action (2016 to 2018); The Birthday Boys for NIDA Independent (2012); The Chaos Fairy for Monkey Baa and Sydney Children’s Festival (2011); The Jingleists for Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2010; Loot, The Popular Mechanicals, The Servant Of Two Masters and Accidental Death Of An Anarchist for Third Year NIDA Actors (2008 to 2011); and The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare for Spirit Entertainment.

Darren also teaches classes in Comedy, Shakespeare, Acting and Improvisation at various institutions and drama schools including: NIDA, ATYP, The Actors Centre, Bell Shakespeare Company, MEAA and STC. In addition, Darren is a corporate performance trainer at NIDA Corporate.

Darren Gilshenan

Darren Gilshenan Credits

— Complete Works of William Shakespeare

— Birthday Boys

— The Servant of Two Masters