Ian Maleney reviews "Resistances" by Julian Fucks. Resistance unfolds as an intimate portrayal of the formation of a family under extraordinary circumstances, told from the point of view of the youngest child
William Bolcom .Writer of Dinner at Eight . The novel is based upon the hit 1932 Broadway play by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber about the wealthy Jordan family who are planning a high society dinner for their many friends and acquaintances.
Next month, on November 11th, one of the most significant dates of the 20th century will be commemorated. Tomorrow, at Richmond Barracks, in Inchicore, Dublin, poet Jane Clark will look back at that poetry, and assess its impact and legacy.
ex New York Kate Scelsa, writer of “Everyone’s Fine With Virginia Woolf”, which takes the original Edward Albee play of marital strife and re-imagines it through a feminist prism; it runs at the Dublin Theatre Festival