The Dead, 1904

The Dead, 1904

Off-Broadway
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SYNOPSIS: A holiday meal, inspired by descriptions of the feast in Joyce’s story, served to cast and audience alike in a townhouse’s elegant dining room. Staged in the c. 1900 townhouse of The American Irish Historical Society (991 Fifth Avenue, New York) on the Upper East Side for an audience of just 42 people per night. The production will travel over three floors of the building, which has been restored to period decoration. Rooms used will include the lobby, parlor, music room, dining room and upstairs library.

*Performances take place at The American Irish Historical Society, 991 Fifth Avenue New York, NY*

Directed by Ciarán O’Reilly

Starring Melissa Gilbert, Kimberly Doreen Burns, Peter Cormican, Rufus Collins, Terry Donnelly, John Treacy Egan, Patricia Kilgarriff, Aedin Moloney, Clare O’Malley, Megan Loomis, Patti Perkins and James Russell

Costume Design: Leon Dobkowski
Lighting Consultant: Michael Gottlieb
Sound Consultant: M. Florian Staab
Choreographer: Barry McNabb
Music Consultant: Mark Hartman
Properties & Interior Design: Deirdre Brennan
Dialect Consultant: Stephen Gabis
Hair & Wigs: Robert-Charles Vallance

Show Times: Tuesday @7pm, Wednesday @8pm, Thursday @7pm, Friday @8pm, Saturday @5pm and 8:30pm, Sunday @7pm

Tickets from $150

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