Bloomsday Chicago at Chief O’Neill’s Pub!

Join us at Chief O’Neill’s and celebrate the genius of Joyce

A dramatical, musical, comical riff on ULYSSES
Celebrating the Centenary of the James Joyce Masterpiece Ulysses
Wed June 15, Thurs June 16 ~ two show per evening at 6:30 & 8:30PM
Chief O’Neill’s Pub and Restaurant 3471 N Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60618

Show Tickets: $25 available here at Event Brite.
Jamie’s Event Page ~

Adapted from James Joyce’s Ulysses and arranged by J. R. Sullivan, this one-of-a kind Bloomsday event in a genuine pub setting, will feature a formidable ensemble performing the dramatic and comedic roles, and period songs by Jamie O’Reilly with John Erickson on piano. Seating is limited.   Advance tickets encouraged. There will be two performances per evening, and dinner service offered before the show. 
Dinner reservations can be made ahead at Chief O’Neill’s. PH (773) 583-3066.  

Jamie O'Reilly
Jamie O’Reilly, Featured Vocalist
John Erickson, Piano

Jamie O’Reilly, Featured Vocalist ~ John Erickson, Pianist
with Shawn Douglass, Sean Kenyon, Claudia Kinahan as Molly Bloom,
Stephen Spencer, Dan Sullivan as James Joyce, and JR Sullivan, Director/Writer 

The Roots in Ireland Project

A Note from Jamie
June 5, 2022
Roots in Ireland Project Redux
Jamie’s Roots in Ireland odyssey continues!

We’re seeing-in Bloomsday Ulysses Centenary Celebration stateside with BLOOMSDAY CHICAGO, a dramatical, comical, musical riff on Ulysses, featuring songs with John Erickson and me, Jamie O’Reilly. This two-night event pairs me with producer/writer/director J.R. Sullivan at Chief O’Neill’s Pub, Wed June 15 and Thurs June 16, and a formidable cast of actors, as we present a new program in the vibrant setting a real Irish Pub! 

Roots in Ireland is a project tracing the roots of my cultural legacy, and Irish heritage. Part I, In Old Chicago explores the roots of my vocal style and my family’s Chicago Salon tradition.  We visit the world of my Irish American relations: feisty activists, artists and writers, and the Irish literary revival in the early 20th century, and the period of James Joyce. This program debuted to a standing ovation in fall of 2021.
Watch the Roots in Ireland video here:

Visit the Bloomsday Chicago Event Page.