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6 Star Starred
Irish Arts Center
Between 10th & 11th 553 West 51st Street New York City, NY 10019
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"Swing" & "Beowulf: The Blockbuster": Dublin Fringe Double Bill
5 ratings
4.8 average rating
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Narkiz Agish
45 events
30 reviews
7 stars
attended May 03 2014

Both plays were fantastic, but "Beowulf" was out of this world. Bryan Burroughs' performance was extraordinary.

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29 events
2 reviews
10 stars
attended May 04 2014

Beowulf is an extraordinary theatrical experience. Brilliantly
written, ouststanding performance. Unique combination of heartbreak, humor, despair, and hope.
Swing is delightful; don't miss these two wonderful pieces!

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“[The plays] are both very worth the trip … when the rumpled Joe and the tentative May find their groove rocking to an old R&B number, you want to join them on the floor … [Burroughs] juggles an abundance of ideas — so many, in one hour, that Beowulf nears epic dimensions itself.” —The New York Times (Critics’ Pick)


Written by:
Steve Blount
Peter Daly
Gavin Kostick
Janet Moran

Performed by:
Steve Blount
Janet Moran
Directed by
Peter Daly

Produced by:
Marketa Dowling

Winner of Bewley’s Little Gem Award
Nominated for Best Female Performer and Best Male Performer at Dublin Fringe 2013

Beowulf: The Blockbuster
Performed by:
Bryan Burroughs

Directed by:
David Horan

About the Ticket Supplier: Irish Arts Center

Founded in 1972, the Irish Arts Center is the leading non-profit institution in New York bringing the very best of Irish arts and culture to audiences of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. Located in the heart of Manhattan's historic "Hell's Kitchen", the Irish Arts Center is one of the largest and most inclusive Irish cultural organizations in the United States. More than 35,000 people of all ages and ethnicities participated directly in Irish Arts Center programs in 2006, plus many more through print and broadcast media coverage of our theatrical and musical engagements, education programs, festivals, and special events.