Regina Crowley is a founder member of Gaitkrash Theatre Company and has been involved in all of their shows to date both as a deviser and performer. In 2010 she qualified as a Designated Linklater Teacher – the first Irish theatre professional to receive this award - and she currently utilises this work in the training of performers. She has led workshops both nationally and internationally – most recently in China and Japan. She has also trained with Yoshi Oida, Enrique Pardo, Lorna Marshall, Bella Merlin, Phillip Zariilli and the Moscow School of Cinematography. Recent roles include Mouth in Not I by Beckett, Juno in Juno and the Paycock by O’Casey and Clare in Playing the Maids (after Genet). Directing credits include Romeo and Juliet and The Merchant of Venice by Shakespeare, Boat Memory by Laline Paull and Sleepwalking (based on the short prose of Franz Kafka). She lectures in Voice, Performance and Directing at the CIT CSM.