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    Disco Pigs

    Pig and Runt are two 17-year-olds who have grown up sharing everything: birthday, language, and worldview. But at that moment when pop songs and life-changing orgasms flash by and last forever, their friendship begins to implode on the road to adulthood. Disco Pigs marks the NY premiere of the Washington, DC-based Solas Nua, which Peter Marks of the Washington Post called, “the most vital new troupe in D.C.” and was voted the Best New Company by the Washington City Paper in 2008.

    Presented by Solas Nua (Washington, DC). By Enda Walsh. Directed by Dan Brick. With Madeline Carr and Rex Daugherty.

    1st Irish 2008:  Sept. 9, 2008 - Sept. 14, 2008
    Schedule:  Tue — Fri 8:30, Sat 2:30 & 8:30, Sun 3:30
    Venue:  59E59 Theaters, 59 East 59th St.
    Price:  $18
    Company:  Origin Theatre Co.
    Tickets/info:  (212) 279-4200


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