Julie Feeney, the flamboyant Irish performer is set to touch down in New York to perform for 10 nights off-Broadway (April 25 – May 6) in a music and theatrical show at the Irish Arts Center.
The highly distinguished Feeney has been called "charming, urbane and dreamy" by the New York Times and described by both Village Voice and Time Out New York as “captivating”.
The Irish artist has been compared to everyone from Sufjan Stevens and Elvis Costello to Lady Gaga and Bjork.
During her run at the Irish Arts Center Feeney will be joined by a small orchestra of strings, singers, recorders, sticks, guitar, keyboards, and trumpet. The show is to be co-directed by PS122’s Vallejo Gantner.
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