Literature

Bloomsday on Broadway XXXVII

A celebration of ULYSSES, presented in association with Symphony Space

Details

$16 and up
Date(s)

Sat, Jun 16

7:00pm

Contact

Symphony Space Box Office:
212-864-5400

Hours:
Tuesday–Sunday, 1–6pm


Location

Please note this event is NOT at Irish Arts Center.

Venue: 
 
Symphony Space
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
2537 Broadway at 95th Street
New York, NY 10025-6990

Overview

From the stately entrance of Buck Mulligan to the breathtaking Molly Bloom soliloquy, we return to the source and dedicate the entire evening solely to the brilliance of Ulysses. Symphony Space and Irish Arts Center's celebration of James Joyce's masterpiece will feature a whirlwind tour through the first 17 episodes and a chorus of Mollys with a cavalcade of Joyceans, musicians, and actors from stage and screen, including Brian Cox, Valorie Curry, Malachy McCourt, Kirsten Vangsness, and many more! Hosted by beloved Bloomsday regular Mia Dillon. Musical interludes by acclaimed violinist Dana Lyn, guitarist Kyle Sanna, piper Ivan Goff, and vocalist Carrie Erving.

The program will wrap up around 9:30, then festivities will continue with an after-party in Bar Thalia with guitarist Matt Stapleton, Dylan Foley (4-time All-Ireland fiddle champion), and Isaac Alderson (2002 All-Ireland flute, tin whistle, and pipes champion).



Directed by Lisa Flanagan

With additional performances by

Ellen Adair
Juliana Canfield
Brian Cox
Mia Dillon
Terry Donnelly
Keir Dullea
Barbara Feldon
Michael Simon Hall
Peter Halpin
Neil Hickey
Nathan Hinton
Jennifer Ikeda
Peter Francis James
Khris Lewin
Kathryn Markey
Malachy McCourt
Sarah Montague
Terry Moran
Rochelle Oliver
Amanda Quaid
Sergio Rothstein
Sam Underwood




Presented in collaboration with Symphony Space.



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