Tip Sheetby Cahir O'Doherty
- Making the leap from radio to stage, Beckett’s “All That Fall” is a delight
- Peter Quinn's new book 'Dry Bones' asks hard questions
- Eamon Morrisey’s “Maeve’s House” not too open
- The birth of a nation at the Rep, “Juno and the Peacock”
- Simple Minds, the other great Celtic band, play New York this week (VIDEOS)
The Irish Arts Center in Manhattan, Irish actress Sorcha Fox plays Brigit the drug addicted young Dublin woman hanging to the edge of her own life by her fingernails.
Charismatic, focused, instinctive and pitch perfect, Fox’s performance is the key to the success of Deirdre Kinahan’s tender and accomplished new play.
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In a very special evening to open the 92nd Street Y Unterberg Poetry Center’s 2011-2012 season, Ireland’s Nobel Laureate (and arguably the world's finest living poet) Seamus Heaney will read from his poetry.
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To date wifi key boards have been marketed with varying degrees of success. One thing seems to untie them - the Bluetooth cursor half second lag that drives professional wordsmiths nuts.
Trust the Irish to get right to the heart of an issue.
The show will be performed as a fundraiser at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre on Sept. 19. Casting already includes Anthony Edwards, Morgan Freeman, Cheyenne Jackson, Christine Lahti, Rob Reiner, Yeardley Smith and Marisa Tomei.
Lance Black, the screenwriter for the Harvey Milk biopic starring Sean Prenn, spent months pouring over the trial transcripts and interviews, and the one night only show will be directed by Tony Award-winning actor and director Joe Mantello.
Describing a meeting with a fellow Irishman in England he wrote: 'Like all Irish people who meet in England we ended by criticisms on the invincible flippancy and dullness of the Anglo-Saxon race…'
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