“Port Authority” is an intimate and troubled look at memory and remorse. Life is about the choices we make, or choose not to make. The latter is particularly true for the rudderless characters in Conor McPherson’s “Port Authority,” the season opener now playing at the Irish Repertory Theatre’s temporary home in the DR2 Theatre onRead more..
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“There were men and women, over their fences, shouting names and spitting and pulling people’s hair…and then a bomb flew over. Father Troy told us all to run. I thought everyone was going to die.” Roisin Crawford was nine years of age during the infamous Holy Cross protest of 2001, when a group of LoyalistRead more..
A book about a subject most of us want to ignore. When the British government imposed internment without trial in 1971, army personnel at the Castlereagh Interrogation Centre carried out an experiment known as “the five techniques” on 14 men. They covered their heads with hoods, bombarded them with “white noise,” deprived them of foodRead more..