What does it mean to be Scottish? That is the question.
Irish Rep is in the middle of an ambitious season devoted to the works of Sean O'Casey. In addition to the Dublin Trilogy, the company is presenting a series of readings of lesser-known or -performed works by the playwright.
"The Ferryman," which has already won awards across the Atlantic and promises to be a play at the Tony Awards, is welcoming several new members to its cast. Foremost among these are Bryan D'Arcy James, recently of Hamilton, Holley Fain of "Grey's Anatomy" and Emily Bergl of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof."
The Irish Repertory Theatre will be devoting a whole season to the works of Sean O'Casey and it starts off with sleek strong production of "The Shadow of a Gunman."
It may have bombed in its first incarnation back in 1981, but "Merrily We Roll Along" has changed and flourished over the years.
A new animated video debuting today tells the story of the journey of "Come From Away" from the little musical that could to an international hit.
Thomas More is just a Christian martyr as he faces off with Henry VIII in Robert Bolt's powerful drama "A Man for All Seasons."
Bob Martin, co-librettist of 'The Prom,' discusses the secrets of the show's success.
The holiday season can be rough on everyone, and this year in "The Screwtape Letters," that is even true for a devil's disciple.
With the two short plays comprising "Two by Friel," Irish Rep is offering theater-goers a wonderful introduction to the work of one the the world's best playwrights of the past 50 years.
"Every Act of Life" is an insightful and moving documentary on the life of openly gay Broadway playwright Terrence McNally.
If not a banquet, it is still a meal. And now that a lot of ground has been broken, it is comfort food for the theatergoer's soul.
In 'On Beckett,' Bill Irwin shares a 'personal evening' on the Irish master playwright.
"The Chi" writer Marcus Gardley mixes history, some August Wilson and Tennessee Williams and a little voodoo in "The House That Will Not Stand," his haunting adaptation of "The House of Bernarda Alba."
Errico, Stephen Bogardus and John Cudia star in Irish Repertory Theatre's lovely revival of Alan Lerner and Burton Lane's "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever."
While drama has been the meat and potatoes of Irish Rep's output, founder Charlotte Moore has demonstrated a special gift for adapting Broadway musicals for a small stage.
Washington has performed the works of William Shakespeare, August Wilson, Lorraine Hansberry and now—arguably the toughest of them all—O'Neill.
In the #MeToo-#TimesUp era, the topic of spousal abuse could not be more relevant, and it is front and center in the Broadway musical "Carousel," currently being revived at New York Imperial Theatre.
Starring Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield, the Pulitzer-winning play tells the story of people coping with the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
Bernadette Peters's Dolly is new and improved, if that can be imagined.
The show might as well be titled "2017."
As Dolly Gallagher Levi, Midler is a perfect marriage of perfomer and role.