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Donnybrook – Lively As An Irish Jig

Monday, February 18th, 2013
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Donnybrook (The Merriam Webster Dictionary): free-for-all, brawl; a usually public quarrel or dispute Donnybrook is a beautifully cast, musically hearty love story with refreshingly simple

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Margaret Loesser Robinson, Patrick Cummings, Cliff Bemis

New Girl in Town—A Pleasant Chestnut
Gets a Terrific Production

Thursday, July 26th, 2012
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Eugene O’Neill’s 1927 play Anna Christie, New Girl in Town, is a melodrama about a prostitute who returns home to the sea captain father she

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The Irish…And How They Got That Way

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
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“In the beginning was the word. And the IRISH got it.” Honoring the one year anniversary of playwright, Frank McCourt’s passing, The Irish Repertory Company

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A Charming and Ageless Ernest in Love

Monday, December 28th, 2009
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The Importance of Being Ernest, arguably Oscar Wilde’s most popular play, has been produced repeatedly during every epoch since its premiere in 1895. Set in

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