Dancing at Lughnasa took the theater world by storm when it debuted, winning the 1992 Tony Award for Best Play. This powerful and intimate portrait of a country and a family at a crossroads, set in rural Ireland in 1936, tells the tale of five unmarried sisters — the proud Mundy sisters — staving off the hardships of daily life through talk, laughter and dance. But after they welcome their frail missionary brother home from Uganda, several intersecting events threaten to irreparably burst the Mundy women’s fragile bubble of happiness. Written by Brian Friel, directed by Doug Knoop.
Location: Redmond Town Center, upper level
Tickets ($30) here.