Today is Thursday
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Long after my Modern Irish Literature course’s trip to Dublin, those words rang in my ears. They entranced me with their dynamic simplicity. They were originally spoken by Sean O’Casey, the early 20th century playwright whose unapologetic depiction of the Irish working class ignited both scorn and admiration. O’Casey’s words embody the resilience of his country and resonate with the distinctive poetic passion of Ireland’s playwrights, a passion that celebrates the place of both pain and joy in dramatic truth. This pairing ignited my continues to shape my storytelling instincts and my commitment to the theatrical arts, ignited my own creative journey to shape my storytelling instincts and reaffirm and commitment to the theatrical arts.