The Here Comes Everybody Players
No paper tickets. All names will be checked off at the door.
2022 Dead of the Winter Cultural Series
Have you been intrigued by James Joyce but found his writing, at times…inpenetrable? What if those works were performed to make their linguistically challenging turns of phrase more accessible — with some live Irish music thrown in (fiddle, woodwind, and drum) to add yet another dimension to stories penned by the famed novelist? That’s where the Here Comes Everybody Players comes in. This theatre troupe has delighted audiences everywhere from Dublin’s Bloomsday Festival to Antwerp, Toronto, and right here in Beantown at Boston’s annual Lit Crawl. At the Ames Chapel, the performers will act out scenes from Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Ulysses, and Finnegan’s Wake. Just maybe, with their help, we’ll all learn why the hell that moo cow was coming down the road after all. A great night of great fun, and you can pretend the beer or wine you have with the actors and musicians after the show is a pint of Guinness.
Starts at 7:30 pm, but come at 7:00. You need a drink.