Weaving the traditions of Dance, Music, Art & Language

Celtic Junction Arts Center

Best Cultural Center in North America –IrishCentral, 2018

836 Prior Avenue, St. Paul, MN, 55104

A 501(c)(3) organization

Get up your Irish

Playwright and Director: Natalie O'Shea
Music Director: Norah Rendell
Choreographer: Cormac O'Sé
Performed March 11-20, 2011

St. Paul, Minn. — A group of child actors, dancers, and musicians tell the story of the Irish immigration to Minnesota in a show that ran March 11-20, 2011 at St. Paul's SteppingStone Theater. The play, "Get Up Your Irish," takes place in Connemara Patch, a 19th Century Irish ghetto in what is now the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood of St. Paul.


Minnesota Public Radio speaks with Natalie O'Shea

High stepping: The Irish Day of Dance and Steppingstone’s ‘Get Up Your Irish’ by Max Sparber

At SteppingStone Theatre, “Get Up Your Irish” tells the story of Irish immigration to Minnesota by Deb Pleasants

Womenfolk speaks with Norah Rendell on KFAI, March 15, 2011 one hour and 25 minutes into the show.

Get Up Your Irish! is a collaboration between: