Her four shows: “Oscar and the Sphinx,” “ Voices of Ireland,” “Seven Ages” and “The Harp that Once,”
have been extremely successful at Festivals, in the Great Houses, for Irish Societies abroad,
Cultural Associations and at organised functions. They can provide a full evening's entertainment
or can be shortened to one hour or less duration if required. All the shows
travel easily as there are only two people involved.
Her most recent show "Dauntless and Daring ~Women of the Gael" has been performed in Muckross House, Killarney, the Padraig Pearse Centre and Liberty Hall Dublin.
Actress and Singer Glynis Casson has played many leading roles in musicals over the years in The Gaiety Theatre Dublin and has played in the Abbey Theatre's production of “The House of Bernarda Alba,”
“Very Heaven” in the Focus Theatre and in Pinter's “Party Time” In Andrews Lane.
She played Lady Bracknell in Dublin and at the Enniskillen Oscar Wilde Festival.
Glynis played the part of Kathleen in RTE's “Fair City,” Maurya in the film “Riders to the Sea,” Mrs McNulty in “The Clinic” and Imelda in the film “32A.” She was the hilarious Auntie Joyce in the series “Uncle Max” filmed in Galway for BBC Children's Television.. Her most recent films are “Marú” for TG4, the award winning “Moore Street Marsala” and “The Gift of the Magi.”
She has performed in Europe, America, India, New Zealand and worked in Australia for two years as
a singer and had her own Radio Show with the A.B.C.