Meet the cast of Crocodile Fever

Rehearsals have begun for Meghan Tyler’s Crocodile Fever so here’s a look at the brilliant cast!

Sean Kearns

Sean is a regular at the Lyric Theatre, recently starring in A Streetcar Named Desire, Good Vibrations and Double Cross, other Lyric productions including Weddins Weans and Wakes, The Crucible, As The Beast Sleeps, Of Mice and Men, The Importance of Being Earnest, Comedians, Oliver, The Sound Of Music, Annie, and Orphans.Other theatre credits include The Last Ship (UK and Irish Tour) The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (Criterion Theatre) Wicked (Apollo Victoria) The Commitments (Palace Theatre) Billy Elliot the Musical (Victoria Palace) The Thirty Nine Steps (Criterion Theatre) to name but a few.

You may also recognise him from TV appearances on As the Beast Sleeps, Ballykissangel, Safe And Sound, Children of the North (BBC), The Governor (Samson Films), Extra Extra! (RTE) and The Last Of The Dying Race (UTV/Ch 4); or from his film work including Puckoon (Studio Eight Productions/Bord Scannan na hEirean) Angela’s Ashes (David Brown Prods), Durango (Hallmark Prods)

Lisa Dwyer Hogg

Lisa was last on the Lyric’s stage in our 2016 production of St. Joan.

Lisa has also starred in film and television such as Women On The Verge (UKTV and RTÉ); Genius Picasso (20th Century Fox); Acceptable Risk (RTÉ); Across the Universe (Revolution); Almost Adult (Parallax Films); The Royal (Yorkshire TV); Trial and Retribution and Commander (La Plante Productions); The Bill and Fallen (Thames TV); Wire in the Blood III (Coastal Productions); Brookside (Mersey Television) and The Fall, A Year of Greater Love, Waking The Dead, Best: His Mother’s Son, Casualty, Silent Witness and Holby City (BBC).

Other theatre credits include Twelfth Night (Royal Lyceum Theatre and Bristol Old Vic); People, Places & Things (Headlong Theatre); Signatories (Verdant Theatre and Kilmainham Gaol); After Miss Julie and Scarborough (Prime Cut Theatre Company); Liola (National Theatre); Heartbreak House, Blackbird and Tales of Ballycumber (Abbey Theatre); The Importance of Being Earnest and The Mariner (Gate Theatre); Dunsinane (National Theatre of Scotland, Royal Lyceum Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company); Dallas Sweetman (Paines Plough); Begin Again (The Old Vic); Much Ado About Nothing (Stafford Festival Shakespeare); Loyal Women (Royal Court Theatre); Pete and Me (New End Theatre) and Many Loves (Sandis Productions).

Bhav Joshi

We are delighted to welcome Bhav to the Lyric for the first time. Bhav trained at Rose Bruford College and his
theatre credits include Cyrano de Bergerac (National Theatre of Scotland) and Twist (Theatre Centre).

TV credits include Deadwater Fell (Channel 4), Traces (UKTV), and Cuckoo (BBC 3).

Lucianne McEvoy

Lucianne was last on the Lyric’s stage in David Ireland’s Ulster American (Traverse Theatre Company). Other theatre credits include Numbered, Sacrifice at Easter, Woyzeck (Corcadorca); The Macbeths, Bold Girls, The Libertine (Citizens Theatre); What Put the Blood, Riders To The Sea, Translations (Abbey Theatre); Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (National Theatre); Jumpy, The Weir, Blood and Ice (Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh); Dance of Death (Vox Motus/Citizens Theatre); Lovers (Cumbernauld Theatre); Instructions for a Butterfly Collector (Òran Mór/National Theatre of Scotland); The Ladies Cage (Finborough); Leaving Planet Earth (Grid Iron/Edinburgh International Festival); A Doll’s House (National Theatre of Scotland/Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh); The Making of Us (Tramway/National Theatre of Scotland); Festen (Birmingham Rep); The Thebans (Theatre Babel); The Boy Who Fell Into A Book (English Touring Theatre); Hinterland (Out of Joint in association with Abbey Theatre and National Theatre) and Dolly West’s Kitchen (Old Vic/Abbey Theatre).

Television includes Outlander (Starz) and NY-LON (Channel 4)

More information and tickets for Crocodile Fever can be found here.