Grásta: Grace in Uncertainty IAC Commissions

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Grásta: Grace in Uncertainty



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Kevin Barry: "The Hare"
Premiered December 3, 2020, with Eimear McBride's "Grásta: Grace in Uncertainty" 

Jan Carson: In the Pause Between Now and Next
Premiered April 6, 2021

Eoin Colfer and Liam Bates: "Pandemic Academic"
Premiered December 8, 2020

Oona Doherty: The Devil
Premiered March 30, 2021

Junk Ensemble: In Velvet
Exclusive viewing August 19—21, 2021

Marie Howe: “What the Silence Said”
Premiered September 23, 2021

Bill Irwin
Premiered March 15, 2022, as part of Culture Ireland's SEODA festival

Kaia Kater: "Fear"
Premiered April 27, 2021, as part of Carnegie Hall's Voices of Hope festival

Tamar Korn and Dennis Lichtman: “Walking Into the Unknown"
Premiered April 25, 2021, as part of Carnegie Hall's Voices of Hope festival

Premiered March 15, 2022, as part of Culture Ireland's SEODA festival

Dana Lyn & Kyle Sanna: Grásta: A Pandemic Video Journal
Premiered December 15, 2020 

Joanie Madden: "Spanish Point"
Premiered March 2, 2021

Eimear McBride: "Grásta: Grace in Uncertainty"
Premiered December 3, 2020, with Kevin Barry's "The Hare"

Billy McComiskey: "Perpetual Light" and "Safe Harbor"
Premiered April 13, 2021

Mick Moloney: "Bangkok Lockdown" and "Erin's Green Shore"
Premiered July 22, 2021

Aoife O'Donovan: "Transatlantic"
Premiered March 16, 2021

Melatu Uche Okorie: "Sitting in the Car”
Premiered May 18, 2021

Tobi Omoteso: Departure
Premiered December 17, 2020

Dirk Powell and Mike McGoldrick: "Which Star Are You Going to Follow?"
Premiered April 19, 2021, as part of Carnegie Hall's Voices of Hope festival

Liz Roche: This Lost Year
Premiered March 9, 2021

Enda Walsh: Afterwards
Premiered September 7, 2021, as part of ALL ARTS' The First Twenty initiative

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