A 30th anniversary celebratory informational and material exhibition around the history and current direction of Dance Cork Firkin Crane curated by Dermot Browne.
Bill Irwin Street Performance
In front of building weather permitting (Musgrave Theatre if not)
In the Spring 2020 lockdown in New York, Bill Irwin found him self thinking about old rhymes and old dancing — and the possibility of getting back to the street performing of his youth. Audiences were masked and distant, but ready to see shows. He’s still looking at this format now in the Autumn of 2022 — on the streets of Cork. We’ll see what happens.
Bill Irwin is an actor, director, writer, and clown. His original works include The Regard of Flight; Largely New York ; Fool Moon; Old Hats, The Happiness Lecture; and others. His theatre credits include Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, The Goat, Waiting for Godot, Endgame, and ON BECKETT, an evening of passages from Samuel Beckett’s work. On television, Irwin can be seen in character roles including Mr. Noodle of Elmo’s World, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, Eight Men Out, and Stepping Out. Irwin gratefully acknowledges the awards and fellowships that have allowed him to continue exploring the theatre.