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Official Run: March 24 – April 24
Thur – Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm
H Street Playhouse
Washington, DC

On a dark, bone-chilling eve in Ireland, four mates meet at a country pub. Suddenly a pretty, intriguing stranger named Valerie joins them. Drinks and laughter ensue, and the men tell ghost stories to impress her. Yet, it is Valerie who reveals the most haunting story of all: why she fled Dublin. THE WEIR wrestles with love, loss, and fear through McPherson’s brilliant portrayal of the true wit and soul of the Irish.

So, grab a Guinness or glass of wine, sit back, and enjoy this compelling play written by Conor McPherson, who has been hailed as the greatest Irish writer of our time. Starring Gordon Fulton, Barry McEvoy and Brian Mallon (all from Ireland) and distinguished DC actors Kerry Waters and Eric Lucas. Directed by Robert McNamara.

Visit for more info, to watch THE WEIR video trailer, and to buy tickets now.

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