The Dead, 1904
Gather with Jame Joyce's immortal characters in 1904 Dublin for a captivating evening of drinks, dinner, music, and epiphany.
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James Joyce’s novella, “The Dead,” describes a holiday gathering on January 6, 1904, the Feast of the Epiphany, in the Dublin home of two elderly sisters, Kate and Julia Morkan, and their niece, Mary Jane. At the party are students, friends, a celebrated tenor, a lost alcoholic, and the couple, Gabriel and Gretta Conroy. There are speeches and disagreements and when it is all over Gabriel learns something about his wife that changes his sense of who she is and who they are to each other, of what it actually means to be alive, and to be dead.
In THE DEAD, 1904, the audience will attend the holiday party, watch the dances, dine on a meal inspired by the menu in the novella, and observe the characters in their interactions. Dinner and drinks are included with TodayTix admission.