In the W. Scott McLucas Studio Theatre
adapted & directed by Neil Bradley & Paul Kerry
March 5- March 31, 2002
A dramatic recreation of the historic Algonquin Hotel meeting in 1920 of Ireland’s visionary poet and the renown American patron of the arts. Full of humanity and humor, the evening covers politics, literature, art and theater in a way that’s remarkably relevant to our contemporary world.
“the show cobbled together so adroitly by performers Bradley and Kerry should prove satisfying to anyone even remotely interested in Irish literature of the 20th Century.” -Irish Echo