All Your Life Is Mother’s Day: Review of Eva the Chaste

How It’s New York:  There’s the partnership with  C.A.C.H.E. at Casabe Houses in East Harlem, and that some of New York’s most accomplished artists will appear on panels after the show on the 12th, 17th and 19th, including  Dramaturg Susan Jonas and Playwright Tanya Barfield.    But more than that:  many a New Yorker is from […]

Aedín Moloney in Eva the Chaste Begins Tonight!

How It’s New York:  Aedin Moloney’s company, Fallen Angels, is based in New York, and it is the first American company (founded 2003) whose goal is presenting new Irish and British plays by and about women.  Like George C. Heslin’s Origin, Fallen Angels seeks specifically to present this work FOR New York audiences.   Fallen Angels  […]

Pen, Paper and Palate at Half King: A Night to Remember

How It’s New York:  at one of the city’s best pubs, with three Irish-American and two Irish writers.  And one of the conclusions of the panel, led by Colum McCann, was that only in America was there such a range of different ethnicities in writing so thoroughly embraced.  Ruda Dauphin is a native– and she’s […]