Write Out Loud Presents 9th Annual VOICES OF IRELAND

Write Out Loud Presents 9th Annual VOICES OF IRELAND

Write Out Loud - an organization founded in 2007 with a commitment to inspire, challenge and entertain by reading literature aloud for a live audience - presents VOICES OF IRELAND, their ninth annual celebration of the Emerald Isle, with classic and contemporary Irish tales and music. VOICES OF IRELAND is performed for one night only on Monday, March 18th at 7:30pm at Lamb's Players Theatre. Performers include Ron Choularton, Rachael VanWormer, Paul Maley, Walter Ritter & Veronica Murphy. Pre-show and intermission music will be provided by the Celtic Echoes.

Write Out Loud Artistic Director, Veronica Murphy shared, "VOICES OF IRELAND continues to be our most popular concert of the year. Storytelling is an integral part of Irish culture and the short story form grew out of that long storytelling tradition. In addition to the multi-voiced stories and poems we are presenting, The Celtic Echoes will join us for some beautiful and haunting music of ancient Ireland. We look forward each year to partnering with Lamb's Players Theatre for this opportunity to celebrate the Irish."

Literary Selections Include:

Night Vision by Mary Lavin - performed by Rachael VanWormer

To Tempt A Woman by Clare Boylan - performed by The Company

This Fellow I Knew by Bernard MacLaverty performed by Ron Choularton

Why The Little Frenchman Wears His Hand In A Sling by an unexpected author - performed by Paul Maley

Tickets for VOICES OF IRELAND are $40 with discounts for seniors, students and military. Purchase tickets online at www.lambsplayers.org or by calling 619-437-6000.

In addition to Voices of Ireland, Write Out Loud provides the community eight core programs serving over 18,000 people annually including: a six show season of Story Concerts presented at Old Town Theatre, TwainFest - a free literary celebration each August in Old Town State Park, PoeFest - a celebration of Edgar Allan Poe each October, Stories for Seniors, StoryBox Theatre (kamishibai) for elementary students, NEA BIG READ - Read Imagine Create for teens and adults, Poetry Out Loud for high school students and Ripples From Walden Pond, a one-man play about Henry David Thoreau.

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