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Show-Score Exclusive Discount on "Juno and the Paycock" extension!

Format: Performance
Chelsea
Multiple dates
2 hours and 15 minutes
$55.00

"Juno and the Paycock," part of Irish Repertory Theatre's Sean O'Casey Season, has an 86 on Show-Score! And we have a Show-Score exclusive discount for the just-announced extension! Tickets are only $55 for prime orchestra seats (regularly $70), including all fees. Raven Snook wrote in her Time Out New York review, "Under the meticulously calibrated direction of Neil Pepe, this production is a gem of Irish realism, expertly transitioning from humorous banter to life-altering epiphanies."


We also have tickets to the other plays in O'Casey's "Dublin Trilogy." For "The Shadow of a Gunman," click here. For "The Plough and the Stars," click here.


What are we seeing and when?

"Juno and the Paycock" at the Irish Repertory Theatre / Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage (Chelsea) (132 W 22nd Street, NY) on Tuesday, May 28 at 7pm and Wednesday, June 5 at 8pm.

What's the deal?

Tickets are $55 in the prime orchestra (regularly $70). This price includes our fee.


What else do I need to know?

  • The reservations are non-refundable. Each ticket price includes a $10 fee. 
  • You'll need to pick up your tickets at the box office 30 minutes before the performance.  

If you’re interested but can’t make the dates, or if the seats are gone, please click the buttons above to join the waitlist or choose another date -- we’ll use that info to try and get more seats!




Ends Jun 21

Juno and the Paycock

Members say: Great acting, Absorbing, Great writing, Entertaining, Profound

Sean O’Casey’s 1924 drama offers a devastating portrait of wasted potential in a Dublin torn apart by the chaos of the Irish Civil War. Get prime orchestra seats for only $55 (regularly $70) when you buy a Show-Score Select!

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Jack Boyle is out of work and determined to stay that way. He postures and drinks with his sidekick Joxer while his long-suffering wife Juno struggles to support their family and maintain their dilapidated tenement flat. Their son Johnny, crippled fighting in the revolution, cowers indoors to avoid the bitter new civil war, while his sister Mary considers her options for the future. When a handsome visitor arrives with news of an inheritance, the family begins to plan their new life, but their apparent salvation soon reveals itself to be the cause of their ruin.