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Irish Repertory Theatre

  • Theater
  • Chelsea
  • price 2 of 4

Time Out says

Housed in an intimate (if slightly awkward) L-shaped, 137-seat venue, this company puts on compelling shows by Irish and Irish-American playwrights. Fine revivals of classics by the likes of Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw alternate with plays by lesser-known modern authors.


132 W 22nd St
New York
Cross street:
between Sixth and Seventh Aves
Subway: F, M, 1 to 23rd St
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  • Drama

The Irish Rep continues its 35th-anniversary celebration of the great playwright Brian Friel with a revival of his lyrical and Chekhovian 1979 drama, which pries up the floorboards of a dry-rotting clan in the rural town of Ballybeg. A grand and crumbling mansion runs on fumes of its former glory; the patriarch lies upstairs, demented and dying, while his children gather in the garden below, and catch up on their various desperate measures. Charlotte Moore, who directed the company's 2009 production of this play, take another crack at it now.  

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