Current Play Listings

The Liar by David Ives at Irish Classical Theatre Buffalo, NY
The Liar
September 19 – October 12, 2014

Meet Dorante, a charming and affable gallant who cannot tell the truth. New to the city, he chooses Cliton as his valet, unaware that Cliton cannot tell a lie. Can this pathological liar fool his friends, take in the trusting and still, in the end, win the girl of his dreams?

Death of a Salesman at Irish Classical Theatre Buffalo, NY
Death of a Salesman
November 7 – November 30, 2014

Pulitzer Prize Winner! In a role irresistible to the likes of Lee J. Cobb, Dustin Hoffman, Brian Dennehy and Philip Seymour Hoffman, tired and aging Willy Loman pursues in vain the fading and elusive American Dream.

The Lion in Winter Irish Classical Theatre Buffalo, NY
The Lion in Winter
January 16 – February 8, 2015

It is Christmas Day in the year 1183 at the castle in Chinon, France. A grand battle brews as King Henry II of England and his wife, Queen Eleanor of Acquitaine square off to determine which of their three sons will inherit the throne.

After Miss Julie Irish Classical Theatre Buffalo NY
After Miss Julie
February 27 – March 22, 2015

Strindberg’s great classic, Miss Julie, is given a powerful and chilling makeover in this adaptation. The original play about power and sex and money and class is updated from the Nineteenth Century to an English country house in 1945, immediately after World War Two.

Beauty Queen of Leenane Irish Classical Theatre Buffalo, NY
Beauty Queen of Leenane
April 24 – May 17, 2015

Set in the mountains of Connemara in the West of Ireland, this eerily gothic comedy tells the story of Maureen Folan, a lonely spinster in early middle age, and her domineering mother, who desperately tries to destroy her daughter’s one chance for love and happiness.

Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime Irish Classical Theatre Buffalo, NY
Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime
June 5 – June 28, 2015

Adapted for stage by Constance Cox from Wilde’s 1890’s short story, Lord Arthur, a well-intentioned but slightly dim-witted member of the English peerage, is told by a mysterious palm-reader that he is destined to commit a murder.