Symphony Space’s annual literary rite of spring celebrating life, love, and language in James Joyce’s lavish, languid, and lively prose.
The HBO series chronicles a dysfunctional, suburban American family in bold relief.
An exploration of how the major events of the latter half of the twentieth century affects an ordinary family in the American Midwest.
“The Storm” is the atmosphere of the little Russian town, with its primitive inhabitants, merchants, and workpeople, an atmosphere untouched, unadulterated by the ideas of any outside European influence.
Colum McCann turns to the “troubles” in Northern Ireland and reveals the reverberations of political tragedy in the most intimate lives of men and women, parents and children.
“Fishing the Sloe-Black River,” “Sisters” spans about 30 years in the life of a bitter woman who says, “My promiscuity was my autograph,” while her anorexic sister became a nun.
To Kill A Mockingbird takes us to the roots of human behavior – to innocence and experience, kindness and cruelty, love and hatred, humor and pathos.
Friel has said that Translations is “a play about language and only about language”, but it deals with a wide range of issues, stretching from language and communication to Irish history and cultural imperialism.
Pauline Collins stars as Harriet Smith, Britain’s new Ambassador to Dublin, one of the country’s most coveted – and potentially explosive – Embassy postings.
Irish Classical Theatre
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