The Winslow Boy is “an elucidating family drama” – broadwayworld

by Michael Rabice, broadwayworld.com Apr. 24, 2017 A family’s desire for wealth is at odds with its desire for honor in Terence Rattigan’s intriguing THE WINSLOW BOY now on stage at the Irish Classical Theatre. Set in Kensington, England in the early 1900’s, Rattigan has written of the Upper Middle Class Winslow family and their… Read more »


“Kelly and Kelley … create fireworks” – Colin Dabkowski, The Buffalo News

In Irish Classical’s ‘Seedbed,’ a dangerous idea grows in a claustrophobic setting by Colin Dabkowski, The Buffalo News If you were thinking about retirement, take a look at the Irish Classical Theatre Company’s production of “The Seedbed.” You might reconsider. Bryan Delaney’s strange and solemn four-hander, which opened March 11 in the Andrews Theatre in… Read more »


“… intense and riveting …” nytheatreguide.com review, The Seedbed

by Cherie Messore Posted March 13, 2017 Playwright Bryan Delaney’s latest play onstage at Irish Classical Theatre Company has a curious title. By definition, a seedbed is that fine layer of topsoil where seeds germinate. Translate this into a theatre metaphor and it sparks images of growth, a harbinger of spring, or coming of age…. Read more »