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In Conversation With Kate Brosnan

In Conversation With Kate Brosnan written by Sarah CK All Rights Reserved © Void Magazine Sarah CK

Kate Brosnan began her passion for stage at the lowest point a girl in primary school could imagine, being cast as Spiderman in her 5th class play. Between tears her drama teacher explained the part went to her because she believed Kate had the ability to make a crowd believe she could be someone else.

Now graduated not only from 5th Class but from a degree in Acting from Trinity College, Kate is now working as an Actor based in Dublin. Kate’s most recent part was in the Independent short ‘Constitution Hill’ shot on super8 by filmmaker Cian Redmond, a silent black and white love story with a contemporary twist. Kate plays the role of Micheala who nervously vapes in her Juicy Couture during an awkward encounter with potential suitor Carl played by actor Tom Brennan.

Since managing to look incredible both in a Juicy Couture tracksuit and a Spiderman costume Kate also played the role of ‘Grace’ in ‘Hand Of God’ a play performed during last year’s Dublin Fringe Festival. Which has led to the beginning of an upcoming passion project written by her co-star Siofra O’Meara.

Before leaving. I asked Kate why she acts; she took some time to think before hitting realisation. She told me it feels as if every sense is turned on to the point of electricity. Kate will be using this electricity in her upcoming role in Morghan Welts ‘Men Eating Dinner’ which will be released early this year as part of the Scene And Heard festival. Besides that you can also find Kate on Instagram @kate.brosnan

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