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Geraldine Plunkett

Helen (Voice)

Geraldine began her career with the Abbey Theatre, where she was a member of the company from 1961 – 1966. During her time at the Abbey some of her favourite roles were Gwendolen in ‘THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST and Solange in ‘The MAIDS’.

Over the years, her performances have included (to name a few) Tom Murphy’s Famine, Mrs Brown in DOWN ALL THE DAYS, Mrs. Meehan in TORCHLIGHT AND LASERBEAMS, Mother Mercy in CHILDREN OF THE EVE, Mother Ruth in AGNES OF GOD, Aurelia Platt in LETTERS HOME and Una in The FACTORY GIRLS by Frank McGuinness. She has played Juno in the Gate Theatre’s production of JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK at the Olympia Theatre and in Edinburgh, Jerusalem and Broadway.

Geraldine has performed in many Television and Radio plays but is perhaps best known as Mary McDermott-Moran in ‘GLENROE’. Geraldine played Mrs. Fleming in the T.V. series ‘THE CLINIC’, Annette in the film ‘INSATIABLE’, Maggie in the film ‘8.5 HOURS’, Maura in the T.V. series ‘TRIVIA’, Ann in the TV series ‘NO OFFENCE’ and currently Rose O’Brien in the ‘FAIR CITY’.

Awards: Best Supporting Actress Nomination for The Afters – Irish Times Theatre Awards 2020

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Aoibhéann McCann

Sarah (Voice) / Marketing & Graphic Design 

Aoibhéann McCann won Best Actress at the Irish Times Theatre Awards 2020 for her performance as Blanche DuBois in the Lyric Theatre's production of A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. She was among the cast of Rough Magic's production of A Midsummer's Night Dream who won the Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Ensemble 2019.

She also has a robust television & film CV, featuring in Vikings (MGM), Redemption (ITV), Three Families (BBC), to name but a few. Aoibhéann is a busy voice actor.

She has worked as Creative Director of Red Bear since 2015 and is delighted to be at the marketing helm of this beautiful show.

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Stage Manager: Mags Mulvey

Composer: Philip Stewart

Sound Design: Philip StewartAndy Walsh

Set Design: Maree Kearns

Lighting Design: Kevin Smith

Production Manager: Rob Furey


Tracy Martin

Director & Producer


A note from Tracy:

There’s an image that keeps occurring to me, it’s an image of a person looking out the window of their house. It’s lockdown, Level 5 and vaccines are only a dream on the horizon.
This person is staring out their window at empty, traffic free streets. Avoid each other, do not touch, connection might kill.
What a moment in time we have all been through.

‘Neptune Calling’ came out of an aim to reach out to that person. Could we design a ‘Covid Proof’ production? If restrictions said no gatherings at all could we bring a live performance to an audience of just ONE?

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Robyn Byrne

Dancer & Choreographer

Robyn is a performer, choreographer and teacher from the midlands.

Since graduating from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance in Leeds, Robyn has worked across Dance, Theatre, Film, Opera and Outdoor Spectacle. Performance credits include Emma Martin/United Fall ( 2018 - Present), Irish National Opera, Iseli-Chiodi Company, Extended Play/Jamaal Burkmar Dance (UK), Theo Clinkard (UK), Protein Dance (UK), Jessica Dessner (Italy), Plan B (Scotland) RTÉ, Sounds From A Safe Harbour Festival, PEOPLE Festival Berlin and Body & Soul Festival.

Robyn’s film "O before I" has screened as part of Fastnet Film Festival 2021 and Frame Rush London 2021, amongst others. Her recent project 'Glimmer" a site specific work in collaboration with Rachel Ní Bhraonáin is supported by Dublin Theatre Festival’s Futures Award. In 2020, Robyn was choreographer and lead performer on Body & Soul film “ Eriu’s Threshold”, directed by Mia Mularkey and supported by the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.

Robyn is currently supported under “field:arts”, a new initiative designed to elevate the fundamental relationship between artists and creative producers across the independent contemporary arts sector in Ireland.

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Eoghan Quinn


Eoghan is a writer and performer from Dublin. He holds a PhD in English Literature from NYU, is a recipient of the Irish Arts Council’s ‘Next Generation’ Award 2019, and was a founding member of acclaimed Irish theatre company Collapsing Horse.

Eoghan’s plays include the New York Times, New Yorker, and Time Out recommended comedy Bears in Space (59e59 NYC; Soho Theatre London; Underbelly, Edinburgh; PAC Dublin; 2014-2016), and The Water Orchard (PAC, 2017; nominated for Stewart Parker Trust Award). In 2019, his debut play Monster/Clock was translated into Japanese and performed at Matsumoto Performing Arts Centre. Upcoming work includes an in-progress showing at Dublin Theatre Festival 2021 of a new dance-theatre piece about entropy and black holes.

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