Past Productions

Fallen Angels performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
Fallen Angels
June 6 - June 29, 2014

A cocktail of wit! Noel Coward’s delightful play set in the “roarin’” 1920’s, tells the story of best friends, Julia and Jane, happily settled into the domesticities of marriage. That is, until the handsome and devilish Frenchman, Maurice, comes to call.

The Plough and the Stars performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
The Plough and the Stars
April 25 - May 18, 2014

An epic and iconic piece. Constantly revived worldwide and widely regarded as the finest Irish tragedy-comedy ever written, this is Sean O’Casey’s masterpiece, part of his famous Dublin Trilogy, along with Juno and the Paycock and Shadow of a Gunman.

Stones in his Pocket performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
Stones in his Pocket
February 28 - March 23, 2014

A Broadway hit! Stones in his Pockets, a truly hilarious comedy about two young men in a small village in the South of Ireland playing tiny roles in a major feature film which has come to town, but aspiring to stardom on the silver screen!

A Woman of No Importance performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
A Woman of No Importance
January 17 - February 9, 2014

For all Downtown Abbey fans!
Peer through the window of time and see Hester, a beautiful, young, American; spend a weekend at an English country house party in the company of upper-crust nobility. Her love, Gerald, has just been offered

The Little Foxes performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
The Little Foxes
October 25 - November 17, 2013

Over your dead body. Lillian Hellman’s most popular play is a powerful commentary on corruption and rampant greed. In a small town in the deep South in 1900, both generations of the Hubbard family, trapped in a cycle of revenge, steal, deceive and plot

School for Husbands performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
School for Husbands
September 13 - October 6, 2013

L’amour comique! It is Paris. The weather is fair and “l’amour” is in the air. The old fuddy-duddy Sganarelle insists on a domineering strictness in the education of his young ward Isabelle whom he intends to marry “toute de suite.”

Break a Leg performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
Break A Leg
FINAL PERFORMANCE - March 17, 7PM!

United States Premiere!  Direct from Ireland!
Peter Sheridan in his smash hit one-man show, "Break A Leg!"
" ... hilarious ... a joy to behold." - Colin Dabkowski, The Buffalo News

Joyicity performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
Joyicity
January 10 - January 27, 2013

Back by popular demand! Brimming with all the charm, magic, poetry, drama and mischievous comedy of literary genius James Joyce, Joyicity reprises Vincent O’Neill’s internationally-acclaimed one-man show.

A Life performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
A Life
June 6 - June 30, 2013

Dublin, the present and 40 years ago. Following the remarkable international success of Hugh Leonard’s autobiographical comedy, Da, the playwright wrote A Life, a beautiful sequel...

American Buffalo performed at the Irish Classical Theatre, Buffalo, NY
American Buffalo
April 25 - May 19, 2013

An American classic. A gritty linguistic tour-de-force. Set in a junk shop in Chicago’s dark underbelly, three lost souls struggling for meaning in their empty lives plot to steal a man’s valuable coin collection.

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