stf Theatre | Alan Coveney
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Alan Coveney

This Season: Brabantio in OTHELLO and Des Loyal in TARTUFFE


Previously for stf: Horatio in Hamlet and Interpreter in All’s Well That Ends Well. Prince in Romeo & Juliet, Rowley in School for Scandal, Corin in As You Like It, Richard Noakes in Arcadia, Eglamour in Two Gentlemen of Verona, Hastings in Richard III, Albany in King Lear, Duke of Venice & Montano in Othello, Vincentio, Tailor, Huntsman in The Taming of the Shrew, Barnardo & Player in Hamlet, Caska in Julius Caesar, Menas & Thidias in Antony & Cleopatra, Egeus & Robin Starveling in A Midsummer Night’s Dream,Sebastian in The Tempest, Willoughby/Murderer in Richard II, Angelo in The Comedy of Errors and Albany in King Lear.


Over a thirteen year period Alan produced, directed and acted in many productions as a founder-member of Show of Strength Pub Theatre Company, producing new writing and rare classics including the premiere of Peter Nichols Blue Murder (National Tour) and the rediscovered eighteenth century comedy A Busy Day by Fanny Burney (Kings Head and Lyric, Shaftsbury Ave 2000). In 1999 he directed the first season of plays and readings which opened the Tobacco Factory as a theatre venue.