For someone whose New York Times obituary described him as the 19th century's “most conspicuous” English-language dramatist, Dion Boucicault all but vanished in subsequent eras. During his career, though, his plays were sometimes wildly successful, and he also made an impact in the domain of copyright laws for dramatists. At the same time, he was liable to make unwise … [Read more...] about Dion Boucicault: Drama and Melodrama in Both Art and Life
The Irish Repertory Theatre
A New York Film Premiere
The Irish Repertory Theatre presents a free virtual film premiere of The Man Who Wanted to Fly with three opportunities to watch the film on Tuesday, May 25th and Wednesday, May 26th.
Directed by Frank Shouldice
Produced by Trisha Canning & Cormac Hargaden of Loosehorse Productions
The Man Who Wanted to Fly tells the irresistible … [Read more...] about The Man Who
Wanted to Fly