The New York Irish Center’s Irish Movie Night is proud to be part of the Ist Irish Festival 2013
“From Stage to Screen”
Adapted from Hugh Leonard’s
Tony Award Winning Play
Da is a 1988 film directed by Matt Clark, produced by Julie Corman, and starring Martin Sheen, Barnard Hughes, reprising his Tony Award-winning Broadway performance and William Hickey.
The screenplay was written
by Irish playwright and journalist
Hugh Leonard who adapted it
from his play Da, with additional material
from his autobiographical book
Home Before Night.
Evening includes an excerpted performance from the film’s source material with a reading from Home Before Night performed by Tim Ruddy.
Friday, September 20th Doors Open 7.30pm Cocktail Hour Complimentary Tea, Coffee, Soda, Popcorn
Advance Tickets via Smartix Regular $15 Seniors, Students $8
New York Irish Center is the last stop on the 7 before Grand Central at Vernon Blvd./Jackson Ave. or if you’re coming from Manhattan, only five mins. from Grand Central. If you’re driving, there’s plenty of local street parking after 7pm. If you’ve not been to Long Island City, it’s a beautiful neighborhood, much sought after as a place to live and with spectacular Midtown views.
We are a group of writers who love Irish and Celtic arts. Some of us are performers; musicians; actors; some of us are authors; some of us journalists. Check this out for a list of our writers!
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