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Lazarus at NYTW


at New York Theatre Workshop

Written By Enda Walsh and David Bowie

Directed by Ivo van Hove

I had nothing to do with this production. 1,839 more words


Stuck in a Hotel: A Horror Trope Perfectly Suited to Contemporary Life

In 2002, news broke of a depressed Irish woman who flew assisted suicide activist George Exoo — the Unitarian minister who helped “prepare people for death and stay with them as they self-deliver” — and his assistant out to Ireland. 2,170 more words


2015 In Review

New Years Eve and the upcoming New Year bring with them an opportunity to look forward, and create New Year resolutions. But it is also a time to look back at everything the year has given me.   430 more words



My small collaboration for this big play. Gentrification by Enda Walsh. Produced by Corcadorca and Eat My Noise. Directed by Pat Kieran. Designer Paul Keogan. With Kieran Ahern and Evan Lordan. 11 more words


The Last Hotel

This opera got some good reviews when it was premiered at the Edinburgh Festival and so it seemed worth a trip to the Linbury to take it in for its London run.  662 more words

Performances I've Seen

The Unfaithful Writer

Artists are unfaithful creatures. As soon as they finish writing “the greatest story I ever penned,” they’re off pledging undying love for something new. Most are serial monogamists. 1,801 more words


Lost in Place, Stuck in Time

Pictured above: Clara (Marya Lowry) puts the finishing touches on Breda (Nancy E. Carroll) as Ada (Adrianne Krstansky) lends support. (Photo credit: Gary Ng)

“By their nature people are talkers,” declares Breda, one of three sisters who live their cloistered lives behind the closed door of a cottage on the rugged Irish seacoast. 798 more words

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