Darragh, Dollar, Henderson and More Will Read Other People's Problems at Irish Rep

News   Darragh, Dollar, Henderson and More Will Read Other People's Problems at Irish Rep Patch Darragh, of the current acclaimed Off-Broadway production of The Glass Menagerie, will be seen in an April 9 reading of Megan Mostyn-Brown's Other People's Problems at Irish Repertory Theatre in Manhattan. The 3 PM free presentation is part of Irish Rep's New Works Reading Series and is open to the public.

The cast also includes Aubrey Dollar, Rebecca Henderson, Kelly Hutchinson and Lucas Papaelias. According to Irish Rep notes, in Other People's Problems, "Mary visits her friend Jack in New York City with the hope she'll fall in love and maybe encounter a little excitement. What she gets is — literally — a life-changing experience. A play about who you are, who you want to be, rent control, karaoke, and the power of Stevie Nicks."

Mostyn-Brown's plays include Girl, The Secret Lives of Losers, 4th of July, Going After Alice, The Hawk Has No Home, Lizards, Objects Are Closer Than They Appear and The Rest of Your Life. She is a member of LAByrinth Theater Company and The Women's Project Playwrights LAB.

Irish Rep is at 132 W. 22nd Street. Seating for the reading is limited. RSVP by calling The Irish Repertory Theatre box office at (212) 727-2737. For additional information about The New Works Reading Series and Irish Repertory, visit www.irishrep.org.

Today’s Most Popular News: