Irish Backstreet Tragedu Johnny Meister and the Stitch at Mead Theatre Lab
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The last date listed for Johnny Meister and the Stitch was Saturday July 17, 2010 / 10:00pm.
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Forget what you learned in first grade: '1+1' is one of the most difficult problems on the planet, often taking a lifetime to solve. Just ask the characters in Happily Ever After, the dazzling new play by Cristina Colmena. Three couples of different ages, representing a lifetime of romantic struggles, try to puzzle out what it means to be "together." There are the young lovebirds connected by a powerful attraction yet destined to part; the cynical middle-aged "one night standers" failing to act on a promising encounter; and, finally, an older couple keeping up appearances despite their profound unhappiness. Hanna Bondarewska, artistic director and founder of the Ambassador Theater, directs the world premiere production of this compelling dark comedy. Learn More
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Solas Nua is the only organization in the United States dedicated exclusively to contemporary Irish arts. Solas Nua produces the Capital Irish Film Festival, a critically acclaimed theatre season, Irish Book Day, the DC Irish Writers Festival, visual arts exhibitions, hosts numerous Irish artists each year, runs a free monthly play reading series and film screening series, a book club and dozens of special events annually.
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Rosemary Jenkinson (playwright) is a short-story writer, playwright and poet. Previous plays include The Bonefire (Dublin Theatre Festival), The Dealer of Ballynafeigh, Fourplay, Outcast and Spinning the Times. Her collection of short stories Contemporary Problems Nos. 53 & 54 was published by Lagan Press in 2004. Her stories have also appeared in anthologies: Cutting The Skin: An Anthology of New Irish Writing and the Fish Anthology.
Des Kennedy (director) is from Belfast and has just finished working with the National Studio Theatre in London. He frequently works with the Royal Court Theatre and the Old Vic as well. In 2004 he was awarded the Bush Theatre Directing award. This is his third show with Solas Nua.
Company member Rex Daugherty was previously seen on stage for Solas Nua in the New York off-Broadway premiere and the Helen Hayes nominated 2009 DC run of Enda Walsh’s Disco Pigs. Chris Dinolfo is making his Solas Nua debut after most recently having appeared on stage for Woolly Mammoth in Clyebourne Park.
About the Ticket Supplier: Solas NuaSolas Nua is a non-profit arts organization that seeks out both feted and obscure work by contemporary artists in Ireland to promote awareness of modern Irish culture in Washington D.C.
Solas Nua is the only organization in the United States dedicated exclusively to contemporary Irish arts.