Aedin Moloney, George Eliot in A Most Dangerous Woman, Cast, World Premiere at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Directed by Richard Maltby, Bonnie Monte, Cathy Tempelsman

WHEN I WAS A GIRL I USED TO SCREAM AND SHOUT

"THE ANCHOR HERE IS MS. MOLONEY, THE FOUNDER OF FALLEN ANGELS AND AN ACTRESS OF SURE-FOOTED INSTINCTS."
THE NEW YORK TIMES



AedíN has released a double  album "Reflections ofMolly Bloom Vol. 1and Vol. 2"  with  music by multiple grammy winner, Paddy Moloney.  The albums are only available on ITunes,  JUne 2017

"A most Dangerous Woman"

"A WOMAN WHOSE PASSION MADE HER DANGEROUS ...
  IS DRIVEN BY AEDIN MOLONEY’S FERVENT PORTRAYAL 
OF A WOMAN WHO BECAME FAMOUS UNDER A MALE PEN NAME....
(MOLONEY) ENERGETICALLY DEPICTS ELIOT AS A PASSIONATE INDIVIDUAL..."

 THE NEW YORK TIMES

“Moloney is magnificent…an exceptional actress, Aedin Moloney is absolutely perfect in the role…. Yes, the expression "must-see" may be overused, but it applies to  this performance by Aedin Moloney….she dominates every scene even with a simple nod of the head.”

Examiner.com


The alchemist

“MS. MOLONEY, AN ACCOMPLISHED STAGE COMEDIENNE WHOSE PUNGENT PERFORMANCE IN THE IRISH REPERTORY THEATRE'S 2011 REVIVAL OF BRIAN FRIEL'S "DANCING AT LUGHNASA" CAUGHT MY EYE AND EAR, IS NO LESS MEMORABLE HERE AS THE HOYDENISH, ROUGH-VOICED DOL, WHOSE CHARMS ARE A FUNCTION OF HER AVAILABILITY.” 
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

“Moloney's charming, scenestealing Dol comes across as a feisty, pixie-like cousin of Mrs. Lovett from "Sweeney Todd," albeit peddling a different kind of flesh.”

The Star Ledger
“Moloney masters the role of the clever, feisty harlot who proves she is as dastardly as her cohorts.”

 Broadway World


Airswimming

"poignant, intelligent and at times wickedly funny"

New York Times

"Moloney is excellent "

Theatermania 

"Aedin Moloney inhabits the role so completely that her character leaps to life from the opening scene" 

Irish Central

 "MOLONEY SHOWS A HEARTBREAKING VULNERABILITY under the martial swagger"

Irish Examiner


Dancing at lughnasa (Irish Rep)

​"...a revival that is worthy in every conceivable way... featuring an especially striking performance by Aedín Moloney...
Wall Street Journal  
 ".Moloney stands out in a heartbreaking performance." 
 Show Business Weekly 
Aedin Moloney has simply redefined the role, giving a haunting performance. I don't think I have ever witnessed a Friel character played with such subtlety and conviction and her performance alone is worth a ticket."
Irish Voice