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Luck of the Irish - Off-Broadway

Lincoln Center Theater presents Kirsten Greenidge's social and racial drama.

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Marsha Stephanie Blake on the Real Life History Behind the Racially Charged Drama Luck of the Irish

Marsha Stephanie Blake on the Real Life History Behind the Racially Charged Drama Luck of the Irish

Marsha Stephanie Blake leads the ensemble cast of Lincoln Center Theater’s racially charged play Luck of the Irish. In this video, Blake explains the phenomenon of ghost buying and how it inspired this time-shifting drama.

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Luck of the Irish's Amanda Quaid on Accents, Angry Women & Getting Naked with Daniel Radcliffe on Broadway

Luck of the Irish's Amanda Quaid on Accents, Angry Women & Getting Naked with Daniel Radcliffe on Broadway

Age & Hometown: 29; New York, NY

Current Role: Patty Ann Donovan, a down-on-her-luck Irish-American racist who agrees to "ghost-buy" a home for an African-American family in 1950s Boston, in Lincoln Center Theater's Luck of the Irish.

Getting Nasty: Luck of the Irish is the second meaty off-Broadway project in a row for Amanda Quaid, the daughter of Oscar-nominated actor ...

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Celebrate Opening Night of LCT3’s Time-Jumping Drama Luck of the Irish

Celebrate Opening Night of LCT3’s Time-Jumping Drama Luck of the Irish
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Kirsten Greenidge’s time-jumping, racially charged drama Luck of the Irish opened at Lincoln Center Theater’s Claire Tow Theater on February 11. The play tells the story of an African-American family that recruits a white Irish family to help them “ghost-buy” a house in the Boston suburbs—and the consequences of that transaction many years later. The LCT3 production ...

Luck of the Irish Opens Off-Broadway at Lincoln Center Theater

Luck of the Irish Opens Off-Broadway at Lincoln Center Theater

The LCT3 production of Kirsten Greenidge’s Luck of the Irish officially opens at Lincoln Center Theater’s Claire Tow Theater on February 11. Starring Eisa Davis and directed by Rebecca Taichman, Luck of the Irish runs through March 10.

Luck of the Irish tackles racial and social issues in two different American eras. When an upwardly mobile African-American couple ...

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Get a First Look at LCT’s Time-Traveling Drama Luck of the Irish

Get a First Look at LCT’s Time-Traveling Drama Luck of the Irish
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Kirsten Greenidge’s racially charged drama Luck of the Irish has arrived at Lincoln Center Theater's cozy Claire Tow Theater as the latest offering in the company's LCT3 initiative spotlighting emerging playwrights. Directed by Rebecca Taichman, the play moves between 1950s Boston and present-day Beantown to tell the story of an African-American couple that uses an Irish family ...

Tickets Now On Sale for Lincoln Center Theater's Luck of the Irish

Tickets Now On Sale for Lincoln Center Theater's Luck of the Irish

Tickets are now on sale for LCT3’s production of Kirsten Greenidge’s new play Luck of the Irish. Starring Smash’s Eisa Davis, the racially charged drama will play Lincoln Center Theater’s Claire Tow Theater January 28 through March 10, with an official opening set for February 11.

Directed by Rebecca Taichman, Luck of the Irish tackles racial ...

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Eisa Davis, Amanda Quaid & More to Star in Lincoln Center's Luck of the Irish

Eisa Davis, Amanda Quaid & More to Star in Lincoln Center's Luck of the Irish

Eisa Davis (TV's Smash, Passing Strange) will appear in the ensemble cast of Kirsten Greenidge’s new play Luck of the Irish. The LCT3 production will play Lincoln Center Theater’s Claire Tow Theater January 28 through March 10, with an official opening set for February 11.

In addition to Davis, the ten-person ensemble will feature Marsha Stephanie Blake ...

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New Plays by Kirsten Greenidge and Daniel Pearle on Tap for LCT3

New Plays by Kirsten Greenidge and Daniel Pearle on Tap for LCT3

Lincoln Center Theater will explore issues of racism and sexuality in the forthcoming LCT3 productions of Luck of the Irish and A Kid Like Jake. Kirsten Greenidge’s drama Luck of the Irish will play the Claire Tow Theater January 28, 2013 through March 10. Daniel Pearle’s A Kid Like Jake will run at the same venue beginning June ...

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