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Sunday April 28, 2024 at 5pm
Playwright Lori Cassels on her new work-in-progress

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The ILHS is very pleased to present a talk by Irish American Writers and Artists Board Member Lori Cassels on her new work-in-progress, a play about a night in a Greenwich Village bar featuring Eugene O’Neill and Dorothy Day.

Lori Cassels, a native New Yorker now living Alameda, is a playwright, songwriter, and poet. Her CD Tear of the Cloud is a compilation of original songs and poems that are full of love and family. The song Tear of the Clouds, which is the source of the Hudson River has been covered by other Hudson Valley musicians. Board member of Irish American Writers & Artists.

Lori is currently a Travis Bogard Day Use Writer fellow at the Eugene O’Neill’s Tao House in Danville, California, working on a series of Eugene O’Neill themed plays.

Her stories and poems have been published in Irish America, Irish of the Welcomes, Alameda Sun, Bay Station Eagle, and Platform Review.

Lori will be sharing her research on one night Eugene O’Neill and Dorothy Day at the infamous Greenwich Village bar, the Hell Hole. She will speak about the Irish American Writers and Artists organization.

This meeting will be held on Zoom on Sunday April 28, 2024 at 5pm, Please see the link below.

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Meeting ID: 851 5928 6601

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