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Welcome Irish theatre scholars Fiona Coffey and Elizabeth Mannion for a discussion and signing of their new books, just in time for St. Patrick's Day.
Dialogue and influence between Irish and American dramatists have been playing out for over a century. Eugene O’Neill had J.M. Synge, Arthur Miller and Lorraine Hansberry looked to Sean O’Casey, and today, the influence of Anna Deavere Smith and Eve Ensler is seen in the theatre of Shannon Yee, while David Mamet’s impact is found in the work of Irish playwrights from Nancy Harris to Martin McDonagh. Join a discussion about the dramatic exchange and wit shared between America and Ireland, and the power of theatre to challenge, dissent, advocate, and effect political and social change.
Readings by Irish theatre scholars Fiona Coffey and Elizabeth Mannion will be followed by a discussion between the authors, moderated by Robin Miles, and an audience Q&A and book signing.