|Wrote the un-produced and unpublished "The Banshees of Inisheer," the final play in the Aran Islands trilogy|
|Won Academy Award for film debut, the live action short "Six Shooter"|
|Wrote and directed first full-length feature "In Bruges"; earned Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay|
|First production of the Aran Islands Trilogy "The Cripple of Inishmaan" performed at the Royal National Theatre|
|Premiered "The Lieutenant of Inishmore" at the Atlantic Theater Company in NYC; earned Tony nomination for Best Play|
|Wrote, directed, and produced ensemble crime comedy "Seven Psychopaths"|
|Penned first radio play "The Tale of the Wolf and the Woodcutter"|
|Penned first play in his Connemara trilogy "The Beauty Queen of Leenane"; earned Tony nomination for Best Play|
|First non-Irish play "The Pillowman" premiered at the Royal National Theatre; opened on Broadway 2005; earned Tony nomination for Best Play|
|Wrote second and third play of Connemara trilogy "A Skull in Connemara" and "The Lonesome West"; received Tony nomination for the latter|
|John Michael McDonagh||Brother|
|McDonagh’s first six plays were located in and around County Galway, Ireland, where he spent his holidays as a child.|
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