Charlotte Moore as artistic director and Ciarán O'Reilly as producing director at the Irish Repertory Theatre form one of the most reliable teams in New York City, and if they aren't regularly celebrated, they should be.
Perhaps in these moments, when the president must feel he is going it alone, he might take down that poem and heed Seamus' admonition that, "We must not forget the call of conscience and we must endeavour to keep others awake to it."
The most subversive thing about this play is how it challenges any one conclusion about the three people who died that day as accidental martyrs. And you will laugh. That's right, there are a lot of very funny moments.