“smart banter, sassy wit … funny & empowering”- buffalotheatreguide

by Cherie Messore, buffalotheatreguide.com, Published January 22, 2018 Back in 1926 – when women’s suffrage was a recent memory in the UK as well as the US –  there was Constance Middleton. Strong, savvy, sly, and she’s “The Constant Wife”  in W. Somerset Maugham’s comedy of manners presented now through February 11  at the Irish… Read more »


Update: the broadwayworld.com Regional Awards!

UPDATE:  We are pleased to announce that Adriano Gatto was selected as Best Actor in a Play for his performance in ICTC’s “Design for Living” in the broadwayworld.com Regional Awards.  Congratulations to all the nominees and winners!  Click here to see the complete list of winners. It’s an abundance of riches for ICTC in the Broadwayworld.com Regional Awards!  Congratulations to… Read more »


“well-placed wisdom … gentle storytelling” in “Minding Frankie”

Preview by Cherie Messore, buffalotheatreguide.com – Maeve Binchy is one Ireland’s most beloved modern novelists. One of her early novels, “Circle of Friends”, was adapted for the silver screen (starring Minnie Driver and Chris O’Donnell) in 1995.  One of her last novels, “Minding Frankie,” (published in 2010, four years before her death) was adapted for… Read more »


Lunch with Vincent O’Neill, Buffalo Irish Times

by Tim Bohen, Buffalo Irish Times October 2017 Sitting in the back of Founding Fathers Pub, I waited for Vincent O’Neill who had agreed to get together to talk about the Irish Classical Theatre Company’s upcoming season. O’Neill breezed into the pub, sporting a dark blue blazer. He came over to the table and greeted… Read more »


Vincent O’Neill to appear at the BIC Sunday, Oct. 29, 3PM

The Buffalo Irish Center welcomes ICTC Artistic Director Vincent O’Neill Sunday, October 29 at 3PM as part of the BIC Speaker Series.  Vincent will read from the works of Frank McCourt including Angela’s Ashes, Teacher and ‘Tis. His presentation will take place at the Buffalo Irish Center, 245 Abbott Road, Buffalo, in the Claddagh Room.  It will be… Read more »