Posts Tagged ‘Eilin O’Dea’

A staged reading of "The Dead" by James Joyce takes place tonight, Sat., Jan. 28th, with a starry cast, to benefit Fusion Theatre.

How It’s New York: Eilin O’Dea brings her one-woman show Madame Cassandra to New York’s American Irish Historical Society this Thursday, March 22nd. No stranger...

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Director Sue Bourne, dancers Julia O’Rourke and Joe Bitter, and teacher Lisa Petri discuss the world of Irish dance and...

A review of Judith Mok’s Molly Says No!  from Lucy Healy-Kelly How It’s New York:  When she performed in this, June 16th, Bloomsday, was fast approaching and...

How It’s New York:  Judith is performing her dramatic one-woman recital about Molly Bloom, written by husband Michael O’Loughlin,  at one of New York’s...

How It’s New York:  We are so cramped in this city that any time we get a chance to see how the Other Half Lives, it’s a thrill!How It’s Irish:  Lots of people...

How It’s New York:  MoMA is one of New York’s cultural treasures.  And Sheridan was one of the first Artistic Directors of the Irish Arts Center!How It’s...

How It’s New York: One of the best things about living in this Publishing Capital is that you can stay put, and everyone comes here.  These past few weeks...