written by & starring Malachy McCourt
January 13- February 5, 2005
Outrageous, offensive and scurrilous is how an opinionated Hibernian New Yorker with the improbable name of Malachy McCourt might describe You Don’t Have to be Irish. It would be an extraordinary evening if McCourt’s riffs on life, death, war, politics, sobriety, spirituality, religion jerks and pseudo-patriots did not grievously offend someone…. and if they didn’t laugh while he was doing it.
“abundantly worth the effort to spend the evening with Mr. McCourt.” -Irish Voice