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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The McGowan Trilogy’ by Seamus Scanlon

Paul Nugent as Victor M. McGowan in 'The McGowan Trilogy' by Seamus Scanlon. Photo by Sam Smith-Stevens.

This taut and suspenseful character play concerns a youth, a 'charming bad boy' with murderous urges, who lends his services to the IRA. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘An American Family Takes a Lover’ by Amina Henry

Tiffany Nichole Greene (Justine), and Daniel Le (Thomas) in 'An American Family Takes a Lover' by Amina Henry

This sardonic comedy swipes at our need to control others and our masochistic desire to be controlled. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC) ‘A Lady is Waiting’ by Anto Nolan

Doris played by Fiana Toibin in A Lady is Waiting

Doris is waiting and waiting on a bench for someone to pick her up. But this unforgettable production brings us to a sacred place. Read More »