Posts Tagged ‘druidmurphy’

DruidMurphy’s Nine-and-a-Half-Hour Irish Theater Marathon: Epic! But Survivable

Saturday, Oct. 20: I’m attending the all-day, nine-and-a-half-hour marathon DruidMurphy, a trio of plays (Conversations on a Homecoming, A Whistle in the Dark, and Famine) by Irish playwright Tom Murphy performed in rep by the Druid Theatre Company at the Eisenhower Theater. I considered seeing the three plays on three weeknights, but parking three times [...]

ToDo ToDay: DruidMurphy Series Opens Tonight

With such an emphasis on Irish theater in Washington, you would think that no Blarney Stone had been left unturned, at least in terms of Irish playwrights. But Garry Hynes, the pioneering Galway-based director who put Enda Walsh and Martin McDonagh on the map, has yet another playwright she’d like to introduce to international audiences: [...]

Arts Roundup: We Want New Plays! Edition

What happened to all those new plays we were supposed to be seeing at Arena's Kogod Cradle? [Post]
Corcoran is talking to the National Gallery of Art and George Washington University about its future sustainability [Washington City Paper]
Unpacking some of the big, bleak themes in DruidMurphy's hugely anticipated three-play series at the Kennedy Center this week [...]