Stella McCusker

Stella has recently returned from a six month run of Sam Mendes’ acclaimed production of The Ferryman, playing Aunt Maggie Faraway in London’s West End.
Theatre credits include – The Ladykillers, Philadelphia Here I Come, Uncle Vanya, Beauty Queen of Leenane, Ghosts (toured National Theatre of Oslo), Memory
of Water, Desert Lullaby, Tea in a China Cup, Juno and the Paycock, (Lyric Theatre Belfast), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Three Sisters, Alice Trilogy, Portia
Coughlan, The Mai, Communion, Treehouses, No Romance ( Abbey, Dublin), Uncle Vanya, The House of Bernarda Alba, Juno and the Paycock (toured Broadway) (Gate Theatre, Dublin)Woman and Scarecrow, Pygmies in the Ruins (Royal Court, London), Electra, Donny Boy, The Beggar’s Opera (Royal Exchange, Manchester), All That Fall, Endgame, Coronation Voyage (Prime Cut, Belfast), Our Father (Almeida Theatre, London), Roberto Zucco, Riders to the Sea (RSC), The Country Boy, The Loves of Cass Maguire, At the Black pig’s Dyke (toured Toronto festival) (Druid Theatre, Galway).

Television credits include: On Home Ground, Amber, Shine On (RTE), Six Degrees, Game of Thrones, Jack Taylor, Trivia, Lovejoy, Fright Shorts. Film credits include: The Music Room, Sanctuary, My Name is Emily, Playboys, Five Minutes of Heaven, Arthur and Claire, Muse, Bad Day for the Cut, Normal People. Stella won the Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Actress for The Beauty Queen of Leenane and also won a Jacobs TV Award for Best Actress.

Stella McCusker Gallery

DECADENT Appearances

The Mai by Marina Carr - poster of Decadent's production starring Derbhle Crotty as The Mai