How it’s New York: Artists Without Walls produces multicultural showcases in and around New York City
How it’s Irish: Founded by two Irish-Americans who are proud of their heritage, but who also believe that art comes alive when all cultures interact.
Written by Charles R. Hale
April 9, 7PM, opening night of Dublin born Brendan Connellan’s Pompa Pompa! starring Niamh Hyland and Moley O Suilleabhain. Theatre Row – The Studio, 410 W. 42nd St. ,New York City. Tickets for Pompa Pompa, $21.25. AWoW discount available by inserting “TRAWOW” in the promotional code box.
April 11, Thursday, An Evening in Celebration of William Kennedy at the Irish Arts Center, hosted by Peter Quinn with special guests Mary Tierney, Dan Barry, and Tara O’Grady.
April 12, 8PM, opening night of What’s In a Name starring Maria Deasy. The Chain Theatre, 21-28th Road, 45th Road. Tickets$18. Tickets for What’s In a Name AWoW discount available by inserting “susan” in the promotional code box.
April 13, 2013, 8PM, 137-35, Northern Blvd, Flushing, Queens, NYC. Jazz Appreciation Month–A Tribute to Ladies Who Swing with Antoinette Montague. Tickets $10-$15. Click here for ticket info: Antoinette Montague at Flushing Town HallClick here for reuse options!
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