The Irish Curse - A Comedy about Guys with One Tiny Problem
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The life of legendary Native American jazz saxophonist, composer, and singer Jim Pepper comes to the stage in this new musical, which charts his ground-breaking career as a solo artist and band leader. Cochise Anderson stars as Pepper, the jazz fusion pioneer who turned an ancient peyote chant he learned from his grandfather into the 1969 single "Witchi Tai To," the only hit in the history of the Billboard pop charts to feature an authentic Native American chant. He went on to record what's considered the first disc of "American Indian jazz," the acclaimed Comin' and Goin', in 1983. Learn More
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The comedy was funny, and the drama was convincing. The theater itself is comfortable and we had no difficulty hearing every word of the play. This ensemble really worked well together. No one player dominated the stage, and each character was well developed and played their role to the hilt. We really enjoyed the 90 minutes.
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“Casella is at his best when he’s going for laughs. He gets a lot of them.”—New York Times
Written by Martin Casella
Size matters to Joseph Flaherty, Stephen Fitzgerald, Rick Baldwin and Kevin Shaunessy. This small group of Irish- American men (all professionally successful New Yorkers) meet every Wednesday night, in a Catholic church basement, at a self-help group for men with small penises. This allegedly Irish trait is the focus of their weekly whining and bitching as they feel this “shortcoming” has ruined their lives.