CAST

 

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MELISSA GILBERT (Gretta Conroy)

(Little House on the Prairie)

 

KIMBERLY DOREEN BURNS (MARY JANE)

(Finian's Rainbow)

 

RUFUS COLLINS (Gabriel Conroy)

(The Royal Family)

 

PETER CORMICAN (MR. BROWN)

(Rothschild & Sons)

 

TERRY DONNELLEY (MRS. MALINS)

(Crackskull Row)

 

JOHN TREACY EGAN (BARTELL D'ARCY)

(Nice Work if You Can Get It)

 

PATRICIA KILGARRIFF (AUNT KATE)

(Steel Magnolias)

 

MEGAN LOOMIS (MISS DALY)

(Woody Sez)

 

AEDIN MOLONEY (MOLLY IVORS) 

(When I Was a Girl I Used to Scream and Shout)

 

CLARE O'MALLEY (LILY) 

(Creed)

 

PATTY PERKINS (AUNT JULIA)

(The Full Monty)

 

JAMES RUSSELL (FREDDY MALINS) 

(Shining City)

 

CREATIVE

 

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Paul Muldoon and jean Hanff Korelitz (co-adaptors)

Paul Muldoon, winner of the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Moy Sand and Gravel, is the author of 12 major collections of poetry, and the current poetry editor of The New Yorker magazine. He holds the Howard G.B. Clark '21 chair in the Humanities at Princeton University.

Jean Hanff Korelitz is the author of six novels, including Admission, You Should Have Known and The Devil and Webster.

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CIARÁN o'reilly (director)

O'Reilly has helmed Irish Rep's productions of Shining City; The Weir (Lucille Lortel and Callaway Award nominations); The Emperor Jones (Callaway Award; O'Neill Credo Award; Drama Desk, Drama League and Lucille Lortel Award nominations); The Hairy Ape (Drama Desk, Drama League and Callaway nominations); Philadelphia, Here I Come! (Drama Desk nomination); the world pre­miere of Banished Children of Eve; as well as the recent productions of Sea Marks, Port Authority, and The Quare Land, among others. As an actor, he has been seen in the Irish Rep productions of Da, Juno and the Paycock, Dancing at Lughnasa, Molly Sweeney, Aristocrats, A Whistle in the Dark, The Shaughraun, and The Irish and How They Got That Way. He also appeared in the Roundabout Theatre Company's production of A Touch of the Poet with Gabriel Byrne at the Abbey Theater in Dublin; and made his Broadway debut in The Corn is Green. He has been honored three times by Irish America Magazine with the Irish America "Top 100 Irish" Award.

 

THE DEAD, 1904 is produced by Dot Dot Productions (Nina Korelitz Matza and Jean Hanff Korelitz), Laurie Eustis and Kathleen Begala in association with the American Irish Historical Society