Brian Friel’s play about misunderstandings between languages holds contemporary relevance in this lyrical revival. Juliet Hindell reviews.
Beckett’s play is revived, but doesn’t fully come to life in a new production starring Bill Irwin and John Douglas Thompson. Lane Williamson reviews.
Playwright Abbie Spallen has talent for description but a strong first act in this play set in Northern Ireland is weakened by a meandering second. Jordan Teicher reviews.
While not his finest work, this penetrating portrait of a shattered man by Conor McPherson gets an empathetic production. Patrick Maley reviews.
Weaving together Noël Coward’s songs and letters, Irish Rep’s cabaret piece is “unwaveringly affectionate” to the noted raconteur and capitalizes on his clever wordplay. Juliet Hindell reviews.
This slice-of-life play about everyday women benefits from witty writing and a warm performance from Marsha Mason, but needs more guidance. Juliet Hindell reviews.
Matthew Broderick is the odd man out at Conor McPherson’s party. Patrick Maley reviews.
Ran Xia reviews the US premiere of this London transfer starring Evanna Lynch.
Patrick Maley reviews Irish Rep’s production of a rarely seen Brian Friel play.
A powerful performance by Obi Abili overcomes O’Neill’s racism in Irish Rep’s new production. Patrick Maley reviews.