Louis has just returned from an extensive tour of North America with Theatre Lovett’s They Called her Vivaldi. He recently appeared in their production of FRNKNSTN that premiered on The Peacock stage and will tour in 2020.
Previous work outside of Theatre Lovett includes: The Seagull, Freefall, Dublin by Lamplight (Corn Exchange); The Train, Improbable Frequency, The Life of Galileo (Rough Magic); B for Baby (Best Actor Nominee, The Irish Times Theatre Awards), Bookworms and She Stoops to Conquer (The Abbey Theatre); Bedroom Farce (The Gate Theatre); The Making of ‘Tis Pity she’s a Whore (Siren Productions); Slattery’s Sago Saga, The Butterﬂy Ranch (Performance Corporation); The White-Headed Boy, God’s Gift (Barabbas…the Company) and more.
Louis is Joint Artistic Director of Theatre Lovett and has been in all of the companies shows to date. They Called Her Vivaldi (US tour 2019, Peacock Theatre 2018, National Tour), A Feast of Bones (Dublin Theatre Festival, Traverse Theatre, On The Edge), The True Story of Hansel and Gretel (Dublin Theatre Festival 2015), Mr. Foley, The Radio Operator, , The House that Jack Filled (Dublin Theatre Festival 2012) and The Girl who Forgot to Sing Badly (The Ark/Theatre Lovett, US/UK/ AUSTRALIAN tours). From 1996 to 2012, Louis performed in and directed several productions at The Ark, A Cultural Centre for Children. Television & Film includes Moone Boy, Stella Days, Anseo, Killinascully, The Tudors, Showbands, Story Lane, Chummyjiggers, The Morbegs,; Radio: All that Fall, Embers (Gare St. Lazare Players / RTÉ Radio1); The Quest (Lyric FM); The Third Policeman’s Ball and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (RTÉ Radio1).