Aidan Fennessy Death – Gifted Melbourne author, entertainer and chief Aidan Fennessy has kicked the bucket, matured 53.
Melbourne Theater Company aesthetic chief and CEO Brett Sheehy said Fennessy was an “enormously regarded craftsman, an awesome partner and companion to many”.
Fennessy had a long relationship with the MTC, which created a few of his best works.
“He was an ace narrator, composing plays so delightfully smart, moving and clever that to see his work performed was to be edified and engaged by theater at its best,” Sheehy said.
“His humankind enlivened all who came into his circle, and we all at MTC are profoundly disheartened by his passing. He will be truly missed, and our hearts and musings are with Aidan’s loved ones.”
Fennessy’s play The Heartbreak Choir, a satire devoted to the requirement for network and the otherworldly intensity of music, was to have opened in June yet was delayed because of the pandemic lockdown and rather will likely debut one year from now.
While presenting the play in October 2019, Fennessy said it was about “the exceptionally profound need we as a whole need to meet up”.
His past work was 2018’s The Architect, additionally for Melbourne Theater Company. It took a gander at the issue of terminal malignant growth and helped kicking the bucket and demonstrated a hit, both in the cinematic world and with pundits, for its mix of humor, misfortune and individual knowledge.