THE IRISH CURSE Offers Free St. Patrick's Day Tickets

It's no curse to be Irish on St Patrick's Day, when producers Craig Zehms and Sarahbeth Grossman of Martin Casella's acclaimed comedy THE IRISH CURSE offer a limited number of FREE tickets to anyone Irish with a name starting with O' or Mc* for the first performance on St Patrick's Day, Wednesday March 17th.

Starring Dan Butler (best known as Bulldog on "Frasier"), Roderick Hill (Butley on Broadway opposite Nathan Lane), Scott Jaeck ("Charmed"), Brian Leahy ("The Junior League of Superheroes"), and Austin Peck ("Days of Our Lives"), THE IRISH CURSE is at the Soho Playhouse, 15 Vandam Street (between Avenue of the Americas & Varick Street). Matt Lenz will direct.

THE IRISH CURSE had its world premiere at the New York International Fringe Festival with a sold-out run in 2005, garnering rave reviews and winning the Overall Excellence Award for Playwrighting. The play was also acclaimed in its European premiere at the 2006 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This production subsequently transferred to The Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival.

Size matters to the Irish-American guys who meet every Wednesday night in a support group...for men with very small penises. This raucous new comedy tackles the male obsession with body image, masculinity, and sex as it examines the fundamental question on the minds of men since the beginning of time..."How do I measure up to the next guy?"

Performances will be Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8 PM, Sunday evenings at 7 pm, with matinees Saturday and Sunday at 3 PM. Tickets are $59 for all seats/all performances. For tickets and more information visit

* A valid government-issued ID is necessary to show your last name begins with O' or Mc. Limit one ticket per person. Subject to availability. Does not affect prior sales. Non-transferable. Not for re-sale. Tickets distributed on a first come, first served basis. No exchanges.


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