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Irish Arts Center

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Productions (7)

Already closed I Hear You and Rejoice NYC: Midtown W
81 37 reviews

In this solo show, writer and performer Mikel Murfi creates a tender portrait of a bustling Irish town, focusing on the indomitable football manager and woman-about-town, Kitsy Rainey.

Already closed The Man In the Woman’s Shoes NYC: Midtown W
89 21 reviews

In this solo show, writer and performer Mikel Murfi creates a tender and comic portrait of an Irish community, focusing on its bashful, solitary cobbler.

Already closed Beckett in the City: The Women... NYC: Midtown W
94 11 reviews

Irish Arts Center invites you to experience the women who inhabit some of Beckett’s best-known short works in this site-specific performance.

Already closed Rooms NYC: Midtown W
71 17 reviews

Irish Arts Center presents Galway International Arts Festival’s trio of installations exploring solitude, where each room frames a new voice from Tony winner Enda Walsh ('Once').


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cannot dance, cannot sing, cannot act....... but love theater location should read Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
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