Katharine & Catherine Sisters Wee Bit Irish

When: Thursday, March 7, 2019 - 7:30pm

Sisters Wee Bit Irish Flyer

This theatrical production features Irish fiddle music, masterful storytelling and step dance to reveal the lives of the O'Sullivan sisters growing up in 1963 Ireland. Fast paced and dramatically stunning.

Discount offered for students, seniors and military. For more information please visit www.sistersweebitirish.com.

**Recommended for ages 13 and above**

“Catherine & Katharine; Sisters Wee Bit Irish”  starring actress Kate Brighton and fiddle player Cathy Francetti,  brings to Harbison Theater an evening of Irish music, dance and storytelling on Thursday, March 7th at 7:30pm.  With a fiddle and  Ball Mason Jars as their instruments of choice, Sisters Wee Bit Irish weaves this theatrical production with tales of growing up in the small Irish village, Ballymore Eustace, in the 1950’s and 60’s when the  threats of a sister entering the nunnery collided with the Beatles. A fast paced night of reels and jigs, laughter and masterfully dramatic story telling.

Catherine & Katharine; Sisters Wee Bit Irish explores growing up in a large Catholic family around the time of the first Beatles concert in Dublin, November 1963. Life changes as the lovely motorcycle boy, Hugh Darcy motors into Catherine’s life. The cast is filled out by two internationally-ranked Irish Step Dancers, Grace Condon and Carolina Murray playing the younger O'Sullivan sisters.

Kate Brighton, story teller and Ball Mason Jar player joins with her true sister, Catherine Francetti for this special one night performance.   Catherine who recently retired and moved to SC has joined with her sister after living and entertaining in Denver, Colorado and Portland, Oregon. Kate is the Director of the Absolute Theatre Company and has lived and worked between Hendersonville, NC and Columbia for the last twenty years as well as taking on projects in faraway places as L.A.,  the Umatilla Indian Reservation Pendleton  Oregon  and Portsmouth, England. She has been a narrator with both the Oregon Inland Orchestra and the Portsmouth New Music Orchestra, and as a comedian on “Roller Skates!” at Universal Studios in Orlando. Her acting credits include national commercials, TV specials and playing a British Biblical Archeologist.