Posts Tagged ‘Imagine Ireland’

APAP report: Jan. 6

Amy Conroy, Kia Corthron, Gwen Orel, Deirdre Kinahan How It’s New York:  The APAP conference takes place in NY, and brings a party with it.How...

How It’s New York:  The Association of Performing Arts Presenters holds its annual conference in NY every January at the Hilton Hotel (the 6-10th this...

How its New York: Fugetaboutit! Imagine Ireland kicked off in New York and is finishing strong here, the center for Irish arts in America. How its Irish:...

How It’s New York:  Gerard Mannix Flynn, the New Independent Dublin City Councilman who wrote and performs in James X, told me the piece in way is...

How It’s New York:  “Very Little Step” combines Dance Theatre of Ireland with Soul Steps, a NY Slapping group .  Fusion  is intrinsic to New York, and...

Daniel Reardon and Conor Madden (Ros Kavanagh) How It’s New York:  When I saw The Rehearsal, Playing the Dane in Ireland, I’d had no time to eat. ...

Other Voices: Review

How It’s New York:  What do Gabriel Byrne, Martha Wainwright, Glen Hansard, Roddy Doyle and Martin Hayes have in common?  All assembled on October 27-28 to...

Other Voices: Review

How It’s New York:  What do Gabriel Byrne, Martha Wainwright, Glen Hansard, Roddy Doyle and Martin Hayes have in common?  All assembled on October 27-28 to...

How It’s New York:  Other Voices NYC blends music and literature, and takes place in one of New York’s hip village spots, Le Poisson Rouge.  And it’s...

How It’s New York:  It’s the home of publishing, and a vast literary center.  There are readings every night of the week– especially this week!How It’s...

Photo by Peter Hallward How It’s New York:  It’s one of those hot tickets for a short run, and takes place at the lovely Baryshnikov Arts Center, a...

Paul Auster and Barry McGovern speak the words of Samuel Beckett.

  How It’s New York: Impressario (well he is!) Niall McKay lives in Brooklyn now.  And indie films are a long NY tradition.  If the town is full of would-be...

How It’s New York:  It is screening at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, and it’s buzzy.  So buzzy almost everyone I’ve spoken to in the Irish New York scene...