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KING Comes to The Odyssey Theatre Next Month

Odyssey Theatre Ensemble will welcome back Olivier Award-winning Irish trio Fishamble: The New Play Company, writer/performer Pat Kinevane, and director Jim Culleton with the West Coast premiere of King.
FEAR OF HEIGHTS Comes to Odyssey Theatre in April

Following a critically acclaimed, crowd-pleasing run last fall, Odyssey Theatre Ensemble brings back Kevin Flynn’s heartwarming and hilarious Fear of Heights, the story of an Irish American kid's phobias, family life and the meaning of success.
West Coast Premiere of GARDEN OF ALLA is Coming to Theatre West This Summer

Theatre West will present playwright and performer Romy Nordlinger in the West Coast premiere of Garden of Alla: The Alla Nazimova Story. Learn how to purchase tickets!
John Turturro, Patrick Bergin, Ian McElhinney and More to Take Part in BLOOMSDAY LOCK-IN

The 11th BLOOMSDAY IN BROOKLYN, an annual literary pub crawl featuring readings from James Joyce will this year be presented in an online modern adaptation of the epic and far roaming Ulysses aptly titled BLOOMSDAY LOCK-IN on Saturday, June 20 @ 3pm New York / Eastern time.
Irish Arts Center Announces Spring 2020 Programming

Irish Arts Center (IAC), a multidisciplinary arts center dedicated to bringing people of all backgrounds together through the excellence and dynamism of Irish culture, announces programming for the Spring 2020 season. The organization enters the new decade with a robust and multiform season, the last (for now) in its 51st Street home, prior to the highly anticipated opening of the New Irish Arts Center, fittingly showcasing the organization's enduring interest in bridging tradition and innovation. (The Center's 51st Street venue will be renovated following the opening of the new, adjacent 11th Avenue building, which it will ultimately adjoin.) As IAC prepares its momentous transformation, they continue to focus a long-held core vision for inclusively pairing and coalescing boundary-pushing contemporary work from Ireland, America, and around the world, with an appreciation of Irish artistic history and tradition. Whether in music, theater, dance, literature, or any collision of forms, IAC's seasons carry with them Ireland and Irish America's cultural legacies; panoramic visions of current artistic movements; and maps to the vast potentials of their futures.
Award-Winning Irish Theatre Collective Tours International Fringe Hit To Four Festivals

Following sell-out runs and rave reviews at Dublin Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe, and subsequent tours to London, Manchester and Beijing, emerging Irish theatre company MALAPROP bring LOVE+ on its first Australian tour.
Olivier Award-Winner Pat Kinevane Returns to Odyssey Theatre with Trilogy of Solo Work

3 Plays by Pat Kinevane - Olivier Award winners Pat Kinevane and Fishamble: The New Play Company return to Odyssey Theatre Ensemble from their home base in Dublin with a limited engagement of the Irish writer/performer's extraordinary trilogy of solo work. The three plays, each of which brings to the surface the people who live under the nose of everyday life, will be performed on a rotating schedule, with Fishamble artistic director Jim Culleton again at the helm.
Photo Flash: WHO'S YOUR DADDY Opens at Irish Rep Tonight

Irish Repertory Theatre, in association with Georganne Aldrich Heller and Jami Heidegger, presents the Off-Broadway premiere of WHO'S YOUR DADDY? - a new play about a single man's struggle to adopt a son from a Ugandan orphanage - by actor and playwright Johnny O'Callaghan, seen in NYC in Conor McPherson's RUM & VODKA and on TV's 'Stargate Atlantis.' Directed by Tom Ormeny, WHO'S YOUR DADDY? opens tonight in Irish Repertory Theatre Company's W. Scott McLucas Studio Theatre. Scroll down for photos of Johnny O'Callaghan onstage!
WHO'S YOUR DADDY? to Open Off-Broadway 4/23

Irish Repertory Theatre, in association with Georganne Aldrich Heller and Jami Heidegger, presents the Off-Broadway premiere of WHO'S YOUR DADDY - a new play about a single man's struggle to adopt a son from a Ugandan orphanage - by actor and playwright Johnny O'Callaghan, seen in NYC in Conor McPherson's RUM & VODKA and on TV's 'Stargate Atlantis,' with previews set to begin April 17, prior to an official press opening Tuesday, April 23 in Irish Repertory Theatre Company's W. Scott McLucas Studio Theatre (132 West 22nd Street). Tom Ormeny directs.
WHO'S YOUR DADDY? Opens 4/22 Off-Broadway

Irish Repertory Theatre, in association with Georganne Aldrich Heller and Jami Heidegger, presents the Off-Broadway premiere of WHO'S YOUR DADDY - a new play about a single man's struggle to adopt a son from a Ugandan orphanage - by actor and playwright Johnny O'Callaghan, seen in NYC in Conor McPherson's RUM & VODKA and on TV's 'Stargate Atlantis,' with previews set to begin April 17, prior to an official press opening April 22 in Irish Repertory Theatre Company's W. Scott McLucas Studio Theatre (132 West 22nd Street). Tom Ormeny directs.
The Flea Theater Closes THE PROPHET OF MONTO 9/25

The world premiere of The Prophet of Monto, a comic drama of love, lust and lost dreams by Dublin playwright John Paul Murphy, will run September 8 - 25 at The Flea Theater, 41 White Street (between Broadway & Church) as part of the 1st Irish 2010 Festival.
The Flea Theater Presents THE PROPHET OF MONTO 9/8-25

The world premiere of The Prophet of Monto, a comic drama of love, lust and lost dreams by Dublin playwright John Paul Murphy, will run September 8 - 25 at The Flea Theater, 41 White Street (between Broadway & Church) as part of the 1st Irish 2010 Festival.
Photo Flash: The Prophet of Monto at The Flea

The world premiere of The Prophet of Monto, a comic drama of love, lust and lost dreams by Dublin playwright John Paul Murphy, will run September 8 - 25 at The Flea Theater, 41 White Street (between Broadway & Church) as part of the 1st Irish 2010 Festival.
The Flea Theater Presents THE PROPHET OF MONTO 9/8-25

The world premiere of The Prophet of Monto, a comic drama of love, lust and lost dreams by Dublin playwright John Paul Murphy, will run September 8 - 25 at The Flea Theater, 41 White Street (between Broadway & Church) as part of the 1st Irish 2010 Festival.
IF IT WASN'T FOR THE IRISH AND THE JEWS Plays Symphony Space 10/24

The Irish Arts Center, in association with American Irish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, Consulate General of Ireland, Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust and NYU Glucksman Ireland House, presents If It Wasn't for the Irish and the Jews: A Tribute to the Irish and Jewish Influences on Vaudeville and Tin Pan Alley featuring Mick Moloney, Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks, String Quartet featuring Dana Lyn and special guests.
IF IT WASN'T FOR THE IRISH AND THE JEWS Plays Symphony Space 10/24

The Irish Arts Center, in association with American Irish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, Consulate General of Ireland, Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust and NYU Glucksman Ireland House, presents If It Wasn't for the Irish and the Jews: A Tribute to the Irish and Jewish Influences on Vaudeville and Tin Pan Alley featuring Mick Moloney, Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks, String Quartet featuring Dana Lyn and special guests.
Irish Arts Center Revives A NIGHT IN NOVEMBER for St. Patrick's Day

The Irish Arts Center celebrates St. Patrick's Day with the first Off Broadway revival of their critically acclaimed, box office record breaking hit A NIGHT IN NOVEMBER, by celebrated playwright Marie Jones (Stones in His Pockets)
Irish Arts Center Presents Howie the Rookie Opening May 12

The Irish Arts Center (Pauline Turley, Executive Director), Georganne Aldrich Heller, Tom Kibbe, and Naked In The Wings present HOWIE THE ROOKIE written by Mark O'Rowe (writer of Intermission, the recently acclaimed film staring Colin Farrell and Colm Meaney,) opening May 12th at The Irish Arts Center (553 West 51st Street - between 10th and 11th Avenues). This production stars John O'Callaghan (We Were the Mulvaneys) and Mark Byrne (Gangs of New York) and is directed by Nancy Malone (Judging Amy, Dawson's Creek). HOWIE THE ROOKIE begins previews on May 5th. .

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