Author: Teri Rife

More from the Irish Rep Theatre

This group is going to present a digital production of “Meet Me in St. Louis” but before that, on December 1 at 7:00 PM EST, one-time only, there is this opportunity, which I have grabbed: Irish Repertory Theatre is proud to present a reading of Plaguey Hill, a new work by Pulitzer-Prize winning poet Paul Muldoon, read by Tony

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Like Beckett?

This afternoon I watched a matinee performance from the Irish Repertory Theatre in NYC, “On Beckett/In Screen” conceived and performed by Bill Irwin. It is a masterclass in Beckett performance. There are more performances, if you’re interested. You can find the information here: 75 minutes of Beckett and Beckett commentary. Just right.

Optic Nerve by María Gainza

The Meadows Museum Education Dept. has created a new online opportunity: monthly Book Club! Right up the old alley. Their first two selections are Optic Nerve (Gainza) and The Atocha Station (Ben Lerner). The Atocha Station has been selected, I assume, primarily for its being set in Spain. There is a vivid art museum scene

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