God of Carnage

GOD OF CARNAGE Wednesday June 10. 2pm Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre 242 West 45th Street James Gandolfini makes his first performance since The Sopranos in God of Carnage. A hiliarious play set around talks between two sets of parents this Tony award winning  play of the year provides laughs for all the family. After their [...]

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Blue man group

BLUE MAN GROUP Sunday June 7. 8pm Astor Place Theatre, 434 Lafayette Place Centred around three blue men this show is purely visual. The men don’t speak or even attempt to. This leaves it up to the audience to interpret their emotions and gestures. There is no storyline to follow as the show simply consists [...]

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Next to Normal

NEXT TO NORMAL             Friday June 5 8pm Booth Theatre 222 West 45 St. New York Making its debut on Broadway Next to Normal brings light to the issue of mental health in society. Through the life of  wife and mother Diana (Alice Ripley) the audience gets a look inside the struggles of living [...]

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Street Performance World Championships

Experiences are educational for deaf children, but verbal exchanges need to be relayed or accessible, especially at public events like SPWC. We are grateful to Miriam Walsh for attending this year’s AIB SPWC event and writing a report for IDK. On Saturday June 20th, crowds gathered at Dublin’s Merrion Square for the finals of the [...]

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