MIAC Presents Dancing at Lughnasa

Categories:  Events    Theater
Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 12:30 PM
MIAC Presents Dancing at Lughnasa by Lauren Griffith
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Mercyhurst Institute for Arts and Culture opens Dancing at Lughnasa to Erie starting on August 27. Brian Fiehl’s play takes viewers to a small village in Ireland, where five unmarried sisters live, and is told through the perspective of one of the sisters’ sons.

Dancing at Lughnasa will be in Erie for one weekend only, but with five different performances, finding one to fit your schedule shouldn’t be a problem. Tickets are only $10, so finding room in your budget shouldn’t be a problem either. – Lauren Griffith

Starting Aug. 27 // 8 p.m. // Taylor Little Theatre, 501 E. 38th St. // miac.mercyhurst.edu/events.

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