Posts Tagged ‘Theatre’

Three contributors to New York Irish Arts read from their work and from the work of famous writers!

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

Winsome Brown talks to Gwen and to Michelle Woods about her new play, "This Is Mary Brown."

Philomena Connors talks to Daniel Radcliffe and the cast of "The Cripple of Inishmaan"

An interview with Wang Xiaoying, director of the National Theatre of China's "Richard III," which runs at NYU Skirball Center from Wednesday, March 26, through...

Maeve’s House An Abbey Theatre Commission October 17 – November 10: EXTENDED Written and Performed by Eamon Morrissey Directed by Gerard...

Maeve’s House An Abbey Theatre Commission October 17 – November 3 Written and Performed by Eamon Morrissey Directed by Gerard Stembridge Running Time: 70...

Cathy Tempelsman's "A Most Dangerous Woman," starring Aedin Moloney, has a fierce power to it.

Jump or pushed? Quit or fired? Love me or love yourself? Treachery, hope, revenge and despair in Brendan Connellan’s rollicking Wall Street dark comedy, a race...

Kevin Holohan finds Louis Lovett's one-man show "The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly" a "treasured piece of theatre." "No kids? Go anyway!"

Conor McPherson's "The Weir" at Irish Rep, reveals dark realms of life and death.

J.M. Synge's "The Playboy of the Western World" will be at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey from May 29 through June 23.

Suze Sylvester talks with Alison Fraser, two-time Tony nominee, about her performance in Wendy Beckett's "Love Therapy," which runs at the DR2 Theatre through

It was a book, then a movie, and finally: a musical! Roddy Doyle's "The Commitments" crosses genres.