Enda Walsh's The New Electric Ballroom, a Story of Lost Love
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Way up there with the highest quality theatre I've ever seen, on either coast and London. Rich, moving, shockingly fearless acting. Brilliant writing and direction. Beautiful, evocative scenic, sound and light design. Truly a great piece of theatre.
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“Mordantly funny, weirdly transfixing … casts a powerful, macabre spell.” —_The New York Times _
Written by Enda Walsh
Directed by John Perrin Flynn
Featuring Tim Cummings, Casey Kramer, Lisa Pelikan and Betsy Zajko
Three sisters trapped by the past, the future, and each other. In a remote fishing village on the west coast of Ireland, Breda, Clara, and Ada are haunted with days gone by at The New Electric Ballroom, They relive the time their dreams were crushed. Can love rescue one of them?