Conor McPherson’s “The Weir” at Irish Rep, reveals dark realms of life and death.
Archives for May 2013
Guenevere Donohue found Crash Ensemble at Carnegie Hall last week an evening of “sweet-pain.”
Orla O’Sullivan reviews the film “Choosing Signs” and finds it, while a little implausible, sweet and funny.
Meet The Yanks: four great young trad players from America, stars in their own right, and grand together.
Catch singer/songwriter John Munnelly at Maguire’s Bar late tonight!
Irish designer Don O’Neill has a dress on the cover of Women’s Wear Daily.
Long Island Congressman Peter King hates terror, except when it’s freedom fighting, and Irish.
Irish Arts Center is profiled on NYC-ARTS tonight, Thursday, May 23
“Divil of a Noise,” Donie Carroll’s second CD, will make you want to sing.
A Newfoundland woman investigates her roots in Ireland, and wonders if someday her Facebook page will be evidence for someone else.
The two one-act plays by J.M. Barrie that make up “This Side of Neverland” at The Pearl Theatre will have you under their spell.
Shanachie co-founder Daniel Michael Collins died last Wednesday. Wake tomorrow, Tuesday, May 21, at the John Kritil Funeral Home in New York.
Paris rejects streets named for either Margaret Thatcher or Bobby Sands.
Suze Sylvester reviews Wendy Beckett’s “Love Therapy,” which runs at the DR2 Theatre until Saturday, May 25.