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The Cambria gets rave reviews in New York

The Cambria has received rave reviews for its seven-performance run in New York from St. Patrick’s Day. Produced by the Irish Arts Centre New York in association with the Classical Theatre of Harlem, The Cambria played to packed houses for its limited run.

The St. Patrick’s Day performance was followed by a panel discussion chaired by Marcus Mabry of the New York Times, and comprising Alfred Preisser, Artistic Director of Classical Theatre of Harlem, Ty Jones, actor, writer and Chairman of Classical Theatre of Harlem, Terry George, Oscar-nominated director and screenwriter of Hotel Rwanda and Some Mother’s Son, and writer/actor Donal O’Kelly.

Here are some brief review excerpts:-
“This two-person show is a superb evening at the theatre … Raymond Keane’s direction is superb … if Fox is ever doing a show in New York City, I’m going to see it. She’s that good.” NYTHEATRE.COM
For full review go to http://www.nytheatre.com/nytheatre/showpage.php?t=camb8062

“With just two fine actors, one good script and a minimal amount of staging, this production puts to shame most of what I’ve seen on Broadway and off this entire 2008-2009 season.”
LIFE UPON THE STAGE
For full review go to http://www.uponthestage.blogspot.com/2009/03/cambria.html

“With his new play The Cambria, playwright and actor Donal O’Kelly steps to the front line of contemporary Irish playwrights .. the production, directed by Raymond Keane, is nimble and evocative .. you’ll be swept up by the storyline from start to finish … Fox’s concentration, her physical poise and her pitch perfect accent work make her one of the most impressive Irish actors this reviewer has ever seen”
IRISH VOICE and IRISHCENTRAL.COM
For full review, go to http://www.irishcentral.com/ent/theater/Theatre-Review-The-Cambria-41838477.html

“Superb actors…the language is worthy of the great Irish dramatists of the past – warm, poetic, funny, pained, sprightly yet always faintly weighted but never bitter. The Cambria provides one of those concentrated, magical experiences one hopes for every time one takes one’s seat in the theatre”
BLOGCRITICS.ORG
For full review, go to http://blogcritics.org/archives/2009/03/18/002716.php

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