W. Scott McLucas Studio Theatre
-New York Times
The Irish Repertory Theatre
by Patrick Fitzgerald
Now Extended to July 28th
Buried in the heart of a complex book lies a simple love story, the story of Leopold and Molly Bloom.
Wed at 3pm & 8pm | Thu at 7pm | Fri at 8pm | Sat at 3pm & 8pm | Sun at 3pm
Approx. Running Time: 2 acts, 2 hours, 1 intermission
What the Critics are Saying...
"demonstrates the play’s fidelity to the book’s candor...the language sings." -NY Times
"Joyce revelled in the juxtaposition between the sacred with the sensual (and to some ears, the obscene). In “Gibraltar,” we do as well." -New York Times
"Gibraltar feels like leafing through a well-loved book, rereading only the favorite bits."
"the production conveys a bittersweet ambience and a powerful sense of another time and place" -Epoch Times
"two knockout performances by Fitzgerald and Cara Seymour...It's a real tour-de force" -Huffington Post
"an evocative telling of a classic" -NYPost
"a heart-felt romantic romp" -CurtainUp
"skillful adaptation" -TheaterScene
|Direction|| Terry Kinney
|Set & Costume Design||Sarah Bacon|
|Lighting Design||Paul Hudson|
|Sound Design||Alma Kelliher|
|Production Stage Manager||Christine Lemme|