Posts Tagged ‘1st Irish’

Mike Fitzpatrick reviews Conal Creedon's "The Cure," and finds Mellamphy's portrayal of John Murphy, a washed-up, broken-down and burnt-out survivor of Cork's...

Philomena Connors enjoyed being transported to Ireland for a night of craic via Pat Shortt's production, "Selfie" at the Irish Arts Center.

Set in modern Ireland, four young actors who are performers in the spoken word scene in Dublin perform Dylan Coburn Gray’s razor sharp, rapid speed, crude...

Philomena Connors reviews "George Mitchell: My Journey's End" abou a return trip to Northern Ireland after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998,...

How It’s New York: This reading was part of the 1st Irish Theatre Festival.How It’s Irish: Tony Macaualay;s book is about The Troubles in Northern...

How It’s New York: John Duddy lives in New York, and is in the 1st Irish Theatre Festival, a theatre festival created for New Yorkers.How It’s Irish: John is...

How It’s New York: This is a New York story,about life in the Five Points during the 19th century.How It’s Irish: Charles R. Hale recalls his family’s...

HOW IT’S NEW YORK:  The reading took place in the AmericanIrish Historical Society’s beautiful townhouse on 5th Avenue, just across the way from the...

Dedalus Lounge (@Russ Rowland) How It’s New York:  Royal Family Productions is a New York company with a growing rep, trying on new things and earning...

How It’s New York:  New York is still the literary capital of the country, if not the world.  The publishing houses are here and coffee houses are full of...

How it’s New York: It’s all about branding, marketing, image, media–what’s more New York than that! How it’s Irish: Homegrown designs evoke an Ireland of past,...

How It’s New York:    New York is full of Awards Ceremonies that turn into parties, from the Tony Awards to the Obies, there are many theatre awards. ...

How It’s New York:  There’s something so NY about seeing two variations on the same story without even trying to– possibly true of many towns with a lot of...

New contributor Rachael puts on the red nose of Funny How It’s New York: It’s a theater workshop in the City with a higher actor to civilian ratio of any in...