Long Day’s Journey Into Night: Why Guilt is Good for Us

Ben Brantley takes a decidedly optimistic view of the upcoming Broadway season in his recent piece for The New York Times: Shame and Guilt Drives Several New Productions, Which Is Good for Us, in which he outlines some of the classic dramas and contemporary works coming our way this Spring, […]

NEW FILM: “Carrie Pilby”!

As a special holiday gift, Gabriel Byrne has another new film in the works! The Hollywood Reporter broke this exclusive news: Nathan Lane, Gabriel Byrne and William Moseley are joining Bel Powley in Carrie Pilby. The film, which has begun principal photography in New York City, is an adaptation of […]

“Back to the Boards”: CARA Magazine Interview

Tony Clayton-Lea’s interview with Gabriel Byrne in the December 2015/January 2016 issue of Cara Magazine, the in flight magazine for Aer Lingus, is three pages packed with news and inspiration from our man. Add some stunning current pictures by Rick Gilligan and voilĂ ! The perfect birthday present for Stella! The […]

Celebrating Yeats: 150 Years!

Updated June 11 The Irish Times has conveniently collected several essays about Yeats for your reading pleasure: William Butler Yeats was born a century and a half ago, on June 13th, 1865. This collection of articles marks the depth of his engagement with Ireland and with his art, both as […]