Ronan Noone

A master manipulator works all the angles in ‘The Atheist’

Review from The Boston Globe You can’t accuse Augustine Early, the bottom-feeding tabloid reporter in Ronan Noone’s “The Atheist,’’ of concealing her unscrupulous intentions. “My rules: Do whatever you have to do to get the story,’’ she proclaims. Augustine certainly follows that amoral credo in an absorbingly spiky production of Noone’s 2006 solo play at […]

Notes on why ‘The Atheist’ now

“So much for Objective Journalism. Don’t bother to look for it here—not under any byline of mine; or anyone else I can think of. With the possible exception of things like box scores, race results, and stock market tabulations, there is no such thing as Objective Journalism. The phrase itself is a pompous contradiction in […]

Alumni news, in brief:

In case you missed it, here’s a terrific feature story about Reconsidering Hanna(h) playwright Deirdre Girard in The Boston Globe Fall Arts Preview… Ronan Noone is a 2014-15 playwriting fellow at New Rep in Watertown, where his play Scenes From An Adultery will be produced next summer… Walt McGough’s Chalk is included in the Lark […]

Alumni news, in brief:

The Accident The nominations for this year’s Elliot Norton Awards include nods to Steven Barkhimer (Windowmen) and Peter M. Floyd (Absence) in the Best New Script category. Windowmen is also nominated in the Outstanding Production, Outstanding Ensemble, and Outstanding Design categories; Alex Pollock is also nominated for his performance in Windowmen… Ronán Noone’s short film […]