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Stella Feehily

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Name  Stella Feehily
Children  Kitty Stafford-Clark
Movies  Knocking On Death's Door
Plays  Duck
Role  Playwright

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Spouse  Max Stafford-Clark (m. 2010)
Books  This May Hurt a Bit (NHB Mo, O Go My Man, Dreams of Violence
Similar People  Max Stafford‑Clark, David Stafford‑Clark, Carole Hayman

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Stella Feehily is a London-born Irish playwright and actor. Her plays include Game (2003), which was produced by Fishamble Theatre company, Dublin, and was published in an anthology of first plays by New Island. She is the author of Duck (2003) and O Go My Man (2006), both of which were first performed in co-productions by Out of Joint theatre company and the Royal Court Theatre. O Go My Man was a co-winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn award in 2006.

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With four other female writers she co-wrote "Catch" (2006) (Royal Court Theatre), and for the Royal Court's Rough Cuts season wrote "Think Global, Fuck local", about the social and sexual lives of NGO and aid workers.

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In 2009, Feehily's play "Dreams of Violence", which is published by Nick Hern Books, received its premiere in a co-production between Soho Theatre and Out of Joint.

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Her radio plays include Julia Roberts Teeth (2003), which was broadcast on BBC Radio 3, and Sweet Bitter (2003), broadcast on Lyric Radio in association with Fishamble Theatre company,

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Feehily was previously an actress, and played regular character Sorcha Byrne in Irish soap opera Fair City. She is married to the British theatre director Max Stafford-Clark.

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