Directed by Richard Israel
Winner of the 2003 Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical
From the team that created Tony Award-winning Ragtime, comes A Man of No Importance, a tender story of friendship, set in 1964 Dublin.
Alfie Byrne is an Irish bus driver whose heart holds secrets that he can't share with anyone. Struggling to live truthfully, Alfie faces bigotry and shame while directing a community theatre production at his church. This show asks: are we worthy of love if we are not married? If we aren’t rich? If we aren’t successful? If our families don’t agree with our aspirations and our dreams? Do we see people who are different than us as a burden? Celebrate the transformative power of theatre and bonds of friendship that it creates. Together we stand with Alfie in good & challenging times.