In this show by Irish playwright Enda Walsh, three sisters relive memories of something resembling romance with hilarious and horrible effect. Interruptions from the local fishmonger only remind of the dangers of love and life outside. Words, in Mr. Walsh’s harsh but illuminating vision, are both the making of experience and its destruction. How do we share our history and how does it shape us?
Also, we will be welcoming The Inconvience back to A Red Orchid in February, for their production of The Earl. You can catch them February 2nd through the 23rd, and more information (and a great picture of the actors) is available here.
And finally, a heartfelt congratulations to Mike Shannon, who was named one of Newcity's 50 People Who Really Perform in Chicago. At No. 23, he even made into the top half. You can see the whole list here.