In Odyssey Theatre's The Irish Curse, Size Does Matter
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The last date listed for The Irish Curse was Saturday September 15, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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When Greg crashes into a midlife crisis, he decides to adopt Sylvia, an energetic stray dog. His… More
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I thought this would be just a comedy with lots of laughter, but it had a serious side to it dealing with life's short comings you could say.
My girlfriend loved it and said she had no idea that men could have such issues, which was...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“For women, the play provides insight into the mysterious workings of the male psyche; for men, safety in numbers; and for everyone, a warm and satisfying comedy.” — The Irish Examiner
“Five exceptionally likeable characters who are a pleasure to spend 90 minutes with; raunchy, hilarious, and very frank.” — Martin Denton, nytheatre.com
At its world premiere at New York’s International Fringe Festival in 2005, The Irish Curse won the Overall Excellence Award for Outstanding Playwriting
Please note: This show contains adult language and is intended for mature audiences.
The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble’s mission remains firm: the creation of new work, the revitalization and re-exploration of classical material, consistent experimentation with the most current developments at the forefront of the “state of the art” in the international theatre world, ongoing investigation of the “process” of creating theatre, and continuing development of new acting, directing, and writing talent via the Actor’s Laboratory, Play Development Program, and Emerging Directors Plan. Ultimately, the institution moves toward the creation of a larger International Experimental Theatre Center, facilitating the crosspollination of artists from different countries, cultures and disciplines, and the exposure of this collaborative work to the Southern California audience.