Posts Tagged ‘Origin Theatre Company’

Highly entertaining double bill at The Cell theater as part of Origin's 1st Irish Theater Festival. Both look at love and Catholicism.

How it’s New York: Took place in New York City How it’s Irish: Festival by Irish/American Origin Theatre Company I always look forward to the turning of the year...

The rough-hewn walls, threadbare curtains and dilapidated leather sofa set the stage for an intense slice of Dublin life in Honor Molloy's play "Crackskull...

John Kearns finds Tim Ruddy's "The International" a searing look at war and how it impacts everyone involved.

George C. Heslin, artistic director of Origin Theatre Company How It’s New York: The 1st Irish Festival was born in New York and reflects our...

How It’s New York: Tiny Dynamite is presented by Origin Theatre Company, run by George C. Heslin, who present the NYC-based 1st Irish Festival, present...

How It’s New York: In New York, all of the major arts companies have benefits that are great blow-out parties to raise money.   How It’s Irish: Origin...

Lucy Healy-Kelly, George C. Heslin, Gwen Orel at Origin Benefit (James Higgins) How It’s New York: The view from the windows on the 35th floor of...

How It’s New York:   Since its founding in 2002, Origin Theatre Company has presented 40  premieres of European plays.  Kevin Melendez, who stars, has...

How It’s New York:  Origin Theatre Company, run by George C. Heslin, produces the 1st Irish Festival every year in NYC– the first festival of Irish theatre in...