Director and playwright Conall Morrison’s productions for the Abbey Theatre include The Bacchae of Baghdad; The Importance of Being Earnest; Hamlet (a co-production with the Lyric Theatre, Belfast); his own adaptation of Patrick Kavanagh’s Tarry Flynn; Boucicault’s The Colleen Bawn (both at Lyttleton theatre, National Theatre, London); The Freedom of the City; The Tempest; The House; A Whistle in the Dark; Ariel; In a Little World of Our Own; As the Beast Sleeps; Twenty Grand; Savoy and a triple bill comprising The Dandy Dolls, Purgatory and Riders to the Sea/Chun na Farraige Síos.
Other productions include Conquest of the South Pole; The Marlboro Man; Emma; Measure for Measure; Macbeth; Kvetch and his own adaptation of Antigone. For the Lyric Theatre, Belfast he directed Dancing at Lughnasa, Juno and the Paycock, Conservations on a Homecoming and Ghosts. He directed Martin Guerre for Cameron Mackintosh, touring England and America. His own plays include Rough Justice, Hard to Believe and Green, Orange and Pink. His production of the musical Ludwig II was performed at the Festspielhaus Neuschwanstein, Germany. Conall is an Associate Artist of the Abbey Theatre.