The Irish...and How They Got That Way, the musical revue, returns to Off-Broadway's Irish Repertory Theatre to mark the one-year anniversary of the passing of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Angela's Ashes," Frank McCourt.
Frank McCourt's The Irish...and How They Got That Way, according to press notes, is an "irreverent but affectionate history of the Irish in America that mingles laughter and sentiment in a tapestry of classical songs and stories. The production encapsulates the most tumultuous times of the past century with the vibrant humor and bitter irony that had become the trademark of the author of the critically acclaimed biographies 'Angela's Ashes,' ''Tis,' and 'Teacher Man.'" Original cast members Ciaran Sheehan and Terry Donnelly are joined by Kerry Conte, Patrick Shields, Gary Troy and Kevin B. Winebold.
Here's a look at the production:
The Irish...and How They Got That Way at Irish Repertory