Tag Archives: Theatre
A scene from “The Walworth Farce.”

Definitely Not the Whole Truth

Inis Nua presents Enda Walsh’s “The Walworth Farce,” a play within a play focusing on the stories we tell ourselves to keep going on.

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Leaving Ireland, with regrets.

Philadelphia, Here They Come

The brand-new Irish Heritage Theatre has been a long time coming, but with its ambitious first play, Brian Friel’s “Philadelphia, Here I Come!,” it’s ready to entertain you.

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Craicdown 2011

This year’s benefit show for the Inis Nua Theatre Company at World Cafe Live was, well … theatrical.

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A Director’s View of “Woman and Scarecrow”

Actor-friar David Cregan directs the acclaimed Irish play by Marina Carr. It’s the product of a unique new relationship between Villanova University and the Abbey Theatre.

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5 Questions With Colin Quinn

In which the star of the one-man show “Long Story Short,” explains how he boils down the history of the world into 75 minutes of sardonic, on-target comedy. The show rolls into Philadelphia this week for a good long run.

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The Roar of the Greasepaint

Six actors play a cast of 40 in “Dublin by Lamplight,” the innovative Michael West play being brought to the stage on April 26 in Philadelphia by the Inis Nua Theatre Company. Hilarity, hijinks and, since it’s Irish, tragedy ensue. Tickets are on sale now.

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Kittson O’Neill and David Whalen

Preview: The Pride of Parnell Street

Sebastian Barry’s tale of love and redemption is coming to Ambler’s Act II Playhouse.

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Skull Bashing

Review: A Skull in Connemara

This dark and hilarious Irish play from the Lantern Theatre Company will tickle your funny bone. Just watch out for flying bone shards.

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