Written and performed by Fiona Walsh

Directed by George C. Heslin
(Originally directed and developed by Virginia Scott)

Irish people seem to have a natural flair for humour but some Irish seem to have a particularly natural flair.  One such person is Fiona Walsh who in her one-woman show “Great White American Teeth” presents a rib-tickingly insightful view of the Irish psyche to an unsuspecting American audience in New York . 

 Fiona’s brand of humour is not only immediately hugely entertaining and pure good fun, it’s a tonic for all of us who like to stand and view ourselves as others often do, foibles and all.

 Americans, New Yorkers, Irish-Americans, Irish and everyone besides will so much enjoy Fiona Walsh’s humour that like me you’ll want to tell all your friends it’s a “most see and not to be missed show”

 Breandán Ó Caollaí, Deputy Consul General of Ireland

"Fiona Walsh displays more wit. ingenuity and originality than is found on Broadway these days. Her monologues not only touch the funnybone, they touch the soul" Warren Adler - author, "War of the Roses"-

"So funny, I cried laughing. It’s a love letter to New York !"  Irish Emigrant
"a vivid memoir -full of wit and openhearted joyfulness" Irish Voice

"Sparkling energy, masterful mimicry, and dead-on comic timing. Walsh has the audience in her hand and almost constantly, erupting with laughter.

Great White American Teeth
Penguin Repertory Theatre
April 30 and May 1st
Tickets and information below

DVD's coming soon!