See Origin Theatre’s European Month of Culture 2019, in partnership with the EU Delegation. Find out more about the latest films, plays, readings and cultural events from across Europe being presented in New York this May.

And find out more about Origin’s dazzling annual gala on May 20th.

  • Dec 6 Friday


  • December 6, 2019 - January 26, 2020

Tickets $50-$70 Irish Repertory TheatrePresents on the Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage by Dion Boucicaultdirected by Charlotte Moore With Craig Wesley Divino, Meg Hennessy, Ian Holcomb, Elliot Joseph, Brian Keane, Colin McPhillamy, Rachel Pickup, Caroline Strang, Evan Zes and Robert Zukerman In this high-spirited farce, the vain and lustful Sir Harcourt Courtly travels to Oak Hall to meet his bride-to-be, the…

  • Jan 7 Tuesday

The 8th

  • January 7, 2020 - January 18, 2020

Tickets $20 Locked in the Attic Productions in association with Five OHM Productions and The Secret Theatre  Presents The 8th World Premiere Written and directed by: Seanie Sugrue Cast includes: Julia Nightingale (The Ferryman), Una Clancy, Gerard McNamee  A year after the death of their father, Saoirse and Tomas return home for his one-year anniversary mass….

  • Jan 7 Tuesday

Maz and Bricks

  • January 7, 2020 - February 2, 2020

Tickets $25 – $38.50 In partnership withFishamble Companyand59E59 Theaters By Eva O’ConnorDirected by Jim Culleton With Ciaran O’Brien and Eva O’Connor Olivier Award-winning company Fishamble returns to 59E59 Theaters as part of Origin’s 1st Irish Festival, following its previous, highly-acclaimed productions of On Blueberry Hill, Little Thing/Big Thing, Charolais, I Can See Clearly Now, and The Pride of Parnell Street….

  • Jan 11 Saturday


  • 6:30 pm

Origin 1st Irish Festival Introduces Ireland’s #1 Live Act to New York Audiences Top Irish performer Nathan Carter brings his action-packed live show “Celtic Country” to the Cutting Room for a special one-night-only engagement as part of the 12th Origin 1st Irish Theatre Festival. This high energy stage show fusing Celtic, country and pop features special guest, and Celtic Woman star Chloë Agnew. “Celtic…

  • Jan 15 Wednesday

The Gap Year

  • 7:00 pm

The American Irish Historical SocietyIn association with The Lyric Theatre Belfast VITAL VOICESPresents    The Gap Year Written by Clare McMahonDirected by Benjamin GouldCast TBA Touring the length and breadth of Ireland, ‘The Gap Year’ sees three women in their sixties leave responsibility behind and take the holiday of a lifetime. Newly widowed Kate, soon to…

  • Jan 16 Thursday


  • 6:30 pm

The WB Yeats SocietyPresents The Shepherd’s Calculus Written by C.S Farrelly A fast-paced political thriller that expertly weaves three different stories into a collision of intrigue, THE SHEPHERD’S CALCULUS examines what happens when the cornerstones of American identity—capitalism and religion—clash with its principals of justice.  The story may be fiction but the themes are as…

  • Jan 19 Sunday

A Couple of Blaguards

  • January 19, 2020 - January 21, 2020

Tickets $31 Siobhan McCourtPresentsA Couple of Blaguards By Frank McCourt & Malachy McCourtDirected by George C. HeslinCast Includes: John Brennan and Peter Halpin “A Couple of Blaguards” is a two-character comedy with incidental music, created by the brothers Frank McCourt and Malachy McCourt. These master raconteurs have laced their combined experiences growing up in Ireland,…

  • Jan 20 Monday


  • 7:00 pm

Tickets $11 Origin 1st Irish FestivalPresents Nuala — A Life and DeathNew York Premiere Winner: Best Irish Film, Dublin Film FestivalWinner: Audience Award Vancouver Film FestivalWinner: Best of the Fest, Palm Springs Film Festival The New York Times best selling memoirist, Nuala O’Faolain grew up in an insular, church-dominated Ireland where mens’ views and concerns…

  • Jan 22 Wednesday

The Scourge

  • January 22, 2020 - February 2, 2020

Tickets $50 In partnership withIrish Repertory Theatreand Wexford Arts Centre in the W. Scott McLucas Studio By Michelle Dooley MahonDirected by Ben Barnes Starring Michelle Dooley Mahon “Death by a thousand cuts” – that’s how Michelle Dooley Mahon describes Alzheimer’s disease after witnessing it strike down her mother Siobhan. As Mahon relives that time, her humorous and moving…

  • Jan 24 Friday


  • 7:00 pm

Origin Theatre Companypresents Produced by Jane McCarter O’Dowd Scór is the cultural wing of the Gaelic Athletic Association. During the winter months when the playing season ends, GAA Clubs continue to compete for an all-Ireland Champion’s Title, on stage, through 8 separate cultural competitions since 1969. In 2016 Origin invited the GAA Scór Nua Eabhrac…