Grásta: Grace in Uncertainty Film IAC Commissions

IAC Commissions: Enda Walsh

AFTERWARDS, presented in partnership with ALL ARTS



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The First Twenty and Grásta: Grace in Uncertainty

From now on, everything will be different—but how? 

Enda Walsh writes and directs a monologue for a woman trying to understand and find her way in a structureless new world. 

Afterwards premiered on September 7, 2021, as part of The First Twenty, a new content initiative from ALL ARTS exploring how 2000-2020 changed American art, culture and consciousness, and Irish Arts Center's Grásta project. 





Written and directed by Enda Walsh
Performed by Sarah Street
Cinematography by Jack Phelan

Co-commissioned by Irish Arts Center as part of Grásta: Grace in Uncertainty, 2020-2021.

Irish Arts Center's Grásta commissions series challenged twenty-six artists, reflecting a range of perspectives and disciplines, to create work in response to the idea of finding grace in uncertainty. Click here to learn more.

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