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Molly Bloom

From 5 member reviews
Members say: Absorbing, Enchanting, Intense, Ambitious, Resonant

About the show

Irish actress Eilin O'Dea performs her one woman show "Molly Bloom" from James Joyce's seminal novel "Ulysses". More…

A rarely performed theatrical dramatization of the Penelope as Molly Bloom contemplates life, love, sex, and loss.

Member Reviews (5)


Absorbing, Enchanting, Intense, Ambitious, Resonant
Avg Score

Enchanting, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if you can enjoy an edgy, well-acted one woman show with a literary provenance.

Don't see it if You need a large cast.

Ambitious, Slow, Intense, Intelligent

See it if You're a lover of all things Joyce.

Don't see it if You lack patience with stream of consciousness story telling.

Masterful, Intense, Absorbing, Relevant, Resonant

See it if You appreciate unsparingly intimate theatrical performances which are delivered with a masterful blend of humor, wit, nostalgia, and rage.

Don't see it if You are put off by strong (and often sexual) language.

Clever, Absorbing, Enchanting

See it if Love real, raw talent

Don't see it if Are looking for cheap thrills and frills

Confusing, Cliched, Banal, Ambitious

See it if If you like James Joyce and interested in his work, go and see it.

Don't see it if I have perfect hearing but did not understand a word she said. The actress is extremely rude.

“Molly Bloom” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

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