How brothers Arthur Shields and Barry Fitzgerald went from Dublin to Hollywood.
Terrence McNally: The man who freed himself and his audience of prejudice.
On March 30, 1880, Irish playwright Sean O'Casey was born. Today we celebrate his life and works and the controversy The Plough and the Stars at the Abbey Theater caused.
This Saturday, March 28th, IrishCentral will feature a live Q&A session with Solas Nua theater director Shanara Gabrielle, courtesy of Cyber Craic.
Tony Award winner Terrence McNally passed away in Florida on March 24 following coronavirus complications. He was 81.
Allegedly his last words were “Sister, may all your sons be bishops.” Apocryphal or not, that story, unjustly, sums up the life of the writer.
Slender shoulders can carry the weight of the world and so it proves in The Gate Theatre from Dublin's flawless new production of Shakespeare's Hamlet in New York.
Turlough McConnell's "Eugene O’Neill: An Irish-American Boyhood": a portrait of a young genius in post-famine New York.
St. Patrick’s Drama Group, Westport presents a modern classic of Irish theatre at the Irish American Heritage Center, Chicago, this February.
Oodles of Irish culture to soak up in New York this spring.
How to attend the best Irish trad music concerts without leaving home
Moving tribute to Kennedy wife and son lost at sea by heartbroken husband
Coronavirus live updates: More than 6,000 cases on the island of Ireland
When Guinness trademarked symbol of the harp before the Irish Government
Irish leader registers as doctor again to fight Coronavirus
The Shields Brothers: From 1916 Dublin to "The Quiet Man"
Ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day that don't involve a pub
Irish band release "Ordinary Superheroes" song to raise funds for COVID-19 first responders
Matt Damon holed up in Ireland during COVID-19 lockdown
Celebrating the Irish around the world - Irish diaspora of the month
Tiger at Bronx zoo tests positive for COVID-19