Carla Rogers

Carla Rogers

Associate Producer

Carla (she/her) is Producer for MALAPROP, a field:arts Associate Company.

Carla is a freelance theatre, dance and festival producer and arts marketer. She is also a founding member of MALAPROP, a Dublin-based collective of emerging theatre-makers. She is Associate Producer with THISISPOPBABY and has worked with contemporary theatre and dance artists such as Outlandish Theatre, Sibéal Davitt, Veronica Dyas, FemmeBizarre, and Veronica Coburn, and on such festivals as WHERE WE LIVE, LIVE COLLISION and THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON Vol. 5.

 Selected producing credits include Before You Say Anything and 1,000 Miniature Meadows (Dublin Fringe Festival 2020), Not A Funny Word (Tour 2018), and she has produced tours of work to Edinburgh, London, Manchester, Paris, Beijing and Australia.

Other roles include Marketing Manager, Artist Liaison, Project Manager, Facilitator, and Researcher. She has also worked with Project Arts Centre, Irish Theatre Institute, Youth Theatre Ireland, Dublin International Film Festival, Landmark Productions, and The Ark.

Carla has a BA in Modern Irish and Film Studies, and graduated with an MA in Cultural Policy and Arts Management in 2017.



★★★★
This thoughtful and skilfully executed work is subtle, timely and beautifully paced…riveting moments. — The Irish Times (Before You Say Anything)

★★★★
Malaprop’s deeply layered meta-theatricality dances a step ahead of the audience, teasing and probing… Under the intellectual knots of ethics and philosophy, the company’s trademark wit remains. — The Guardian (Everything Not Saved)



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1. Party Scene by THISISPOPBABY. Photo credit: Joe McGovern (2021)

2. Before You Say Anything by MALAPROP. Photo credit: Simon Lazewski (2020)

3. 1000 Miniature Meadows by Luke Casserly and Shanna May Breen. Photo credit: Fergal Styles (2020)

Portfolio of Artists:


Mags Keohane

Mags Keohane

Associate Producer

Mags is Producer for Dead Centre Theatre Company, a field:arts Associate Company.

Mags Keohane is the producer of Dead Centre Theatre Company. She is also currently producing Cork Dance Initiative’s debut project In It For The Long Run at Cork Midsummer Festival 2021, and working with Galway based theatre maker Róisín Stack on her new work No Woman is an Island supported by Dublin Theatre Festival’s FUTURES programme. 

Mags has produced a number of other productions including Idlewild by Jimmy Murphy with Glass Mask Theatre 2018, and Spliced by writer-performer Timmy Creed. Spliced, a site-specific multidisciplinary performance, had it’s Irish premiere at Cork Midsummer Festival 2018, UK premiere at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 programmed by the Traverse Theatre and went on to tour nationally. 

Mags was a participant in Druid’s FUEL residency programme 2019. She graduated with distinction from a Theatre Practices MLitt at the University of Glasgow. While living in Scotland Mags worked with various cultural organisations including Edinburgh International Science Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society and Northlight Heritage. 



★★★★
A powerful piece of physical theatre. — Scotsman (Spliced by Timmy Creed)

★★★★
Heartfelt plea for a broader more inclusive conception of masculinity. — The Arts Desk (Spliced by Timmy Creed)

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1. Siobhán Ní Dhuinnín and musician Solamh Kelly in In It For The Long Run by Cork Dance Initiative. Photo credit: Jed Niezgoda (2021)

2. Timmy Creed in Spliced by Timmy Creed. Photo credit: Eamon Ward (2019)

3. In It For The Long Run by Cork Dance Initiative. Photo credit: Dervla Baker (2021)

Rachel Bergin

Rachel Bergin

Associate Producer

Rachel is Creative Producer for Brokentalkers, a field:arts Associate Company.


Brokentalkers are a multi-award winning company, founded in 2001 by Feidlim Cannon and Gary Keegan. Brokentalkers make formally ambitious work that defies categorization and have built a reputation as one of Ireland’s most innovative and original theatre companies. 

Rachel is also Creative Producer for Chaos Factory, an emerging experimental theatre company led by Rachel Bergin, Venetia Bowe & Fionnuala Gygax. Chaos Factory’s work is physically led, putting the body at the centre of their exploration in order to make theatre that is playful, strange and beautiful. 

Rachel holds a BA in Drama and Theatre Studies from Trinity College Dublin. In 2018 Rachel was awarded a Bursary for Professional Development from Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, and has recently been awarded an Arts Council Theatre Bursary Award 2020. Rachel is an Artist in Residence at Dublin Fringe Festival 2019 – 2021.

Rachel’s recent producing credits include: The Spider’s House (Project Arts Centre and Arts & Disability Ireland Co-Production), Gym Swim Party (A Co-Production with O’Reilly Theatre, Dublin Fringe Festival 2019), A Different Wolf (Associate Producer, Junk Ensemble), MorphMe (BITE SIZE // SCRATCH, Live Collision 2019), WOMB (First Fortnight 2019), Son of a Preacher Man (Theatre Machine 2019), Kiss Kiss Slap Slap (Dublin Fringe 2018), LUNA (Galway Theatre Festival 2018), Fierce Notions (Dublin Fringe 2017, Winner: DFF Judges Choice Award). Her recent directing credits include, Abair/Samaa (Bealtaine Festival 2019), The Examination (Associate Director, Brokentalkers, Winner: Irish Time Theatre Awards Best Production & Best Soundscape 2020, DFF Best Production & Best Performer: Willie White 2019), The Circus Animals’ Desertion (Assistant Director, Brokentalkers).

★★★★
No easy escapes…. an absorbing production. — The Irish Times (The Examination by Brokentalkers)

★★★★
Superbly slippery piece of theatre. — The Stage (The Examination by Brokentalkers)



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1. Fionnuala Gygax, Danielle Galligan, Venetia Bowe and Michael-David McKernan in Kiss Kiss Slap Slap by Rachel Bergin, Venetia Bowe, Danielle Galligan & Fionnuala Gygax. Photo Credit: Anthony O’Connor (2018)

2. Matthew Malone, Fionnuala Gygax, Venetia Bowe and Danielle Galligan in MorphMe by Rachel Bergin, Venetia Bowe, Danielle Galligan and Fionnuala Gygax. Photo by Louis Haugh (2019)

3. Willie White in The Examination by Feidlim Cannon & Gary Keegan. Photo Credit: Luca Truffareli (2019)