“The Irish government has tasked five immigrants with saving a country in ruins, this show is the result,” the show’s synopsis says.
A Vietnamese Comic Mines His Culture, and Misunderstandings of It, for Laughs
For Nghai Mai, what matters most is letting his audience know there’s more to Vietnam than American vets getting “flashbacks of Nam” in Hollywood films.
A Dublin Improv Group Encourages Writing, and Joking, Together
Comedy writers tend to write alone in Ireland, says Erin McGathy. She’s hoping to change that.
Through Pope Urban II, a Playwright Explores His Relationship with Being Sick
Split into four vignettes, the play “The Assassination of Pope Urban II” tackles religion, death, decay, and disability.