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NEW Photoshoot and Interview with Laura Donnelly from W Magazine   1 comment

Here is a NEW Photoshoot and Interview with Laura Donnelly from W Magazine

From W Mag:

This fall, the buzz on Broadway is, for once, not oriented around splashy brand-name musicals like Mean Girls or Spongebob: The Musical. It’s all about a slew of dramatic plays with promise, and The Ferryman, a West End import, and its Irish star Laura Donnelly, might be the breakthrough of the season. The actress won an Olivier Award for Best Actress last year in London for her role as the firebrand single mother Caitlin Carney, whose husband, Seamus, left for work on New Year’s Day, 1972, and never came home.

More after the jump!

The Ferryman, which is directed by Skyfall’s Sam Mendes, begins with his absence, depicting the 24 hours in the lives of the surviving Carney family after Seamus’s body has been recovered from the bog, nearly a decade later. The detail is actually borrowed from Donnelly family history: The actress’s own uncle, Eugene Simons, went missing on New Year’s Day, 1981, one of at least 15 who were “disappeared” at the height of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Like Donnelly’s family, the Carneys have been taunted by rumored sightings of Seamus across the countryside, even though, somewhere, Caitlin knows he was never coming back.

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One response to “NEW Photoshoot and Interview with Laura Donnelly from W Magazine

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  1. A very insightful interview with a beautiful and talented actress, Laura Donnelly. I loved her “Jenny” as Jamie’s sister in Outlander, a very feisty lady. Thank you for sharing the interview with us. I’ll certainly miss her in the upcoming Seasons of Outlander.

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