Friday, May 30, 2014

Orlagh Cassidy The Hit Winner 2014 Audie Awards

Orlagh Cassidy & Ron McLarty and David Baldacci's collaboration of The Hit produced by Hachette Audio won the 2014 Audie Award in the Thriller & Suspense category. It was chosen a finalist and went up against contenders such as The Fifth Assassin, Suspect, and Sycamore Row.

The Audies is the yearly premiere awards gala put on by the Audio Publishers Association (APA) which recognizes excellence in spoken word and audiobook entertainment.

Congratulations goes out to Orlagh Cassidy, Ron McLarty, David Baldacci and Hachette Audio.

The Washington Post

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Orlagh Cassidy The Bees Chosen Earphones Award Winner

Orlaghs flawless narration of The Bees by debut author Laline Paull was chosen an Earphones Award Winner and Editor's Pick at AudioFile Magazine.

Book reviewer, editor, and journalist Beth Fish Reads did a five star review for AudioFile recently:

"The success of this audiobook lies in Cassidy's respectful yet lively narration, which enables listeners to connect with the story on a number of levels." 

A review not to be missed and the very best of congratulations goes out to Orlagh for another outstanding award winning performance.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Audiobook Release Day - The Bees

Orlaghs most recent audiobook narration The Bees by new author Laline Paull is being released today.

"Thrilling, suspenseful, and spectacularly imaginative" - Harper Collins

All the buzz from Orlaghs performance will leave you wanting more.

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Monday, May 5, 2014

Orlagh Cassidy In Shakespeare's Richard The Third

Orlagh will be featured as King Edward, Brackenbury in an all woman cast reading of Richard The Third by William Shakespeare directed by Christopher Carter Sanderson.

The workshop reading is part of the Fallen Angel Theatre Company 2013/2014 Reading Series under founder and artistic director Aedin Moloney. Orlagh has worked with Aedin in Aftermath and Dancing At Lughnasa for the Irish Repertory Theatre in New York City.

The Fallen Angel Theatre Company provides fresh and daring new works by and about women.