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Martin McDonagh’s “The Cripple of Inishmaan” Is a Delightful Dark Comedy Set in the Aran Islands

London-born Irish dramatist Martin McDonagh’s delightful dark comedy The Cripple of Inishmaan (1996) is set in 1934 in the remote seaside community of Inishmaan, in the Aran Islands, off the west coast of Ireland. The title character “Crippled” Billy Claven (played with pluck by Ishai Buchbinder in the current Deep Dish Theater Company production) is… Read More ›

"Stroke/Book" runs March 2-5 at Golden Belt (Building B) (photo by Jay O'Berski)

David Turkel’s “Stroke/Book” Is Must-See Theater

Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern has done it again. The Durham, NC-based group, known for their wild, original — dare I say avant-garde — pieces, has brought the world premiere of “Stroke/Book” to Triangle audiences; and if you have ten or fifteen bucks to spend, buy a ticket to this show immediately.

¡ANARCHIST! | Review by Robert W. McDowell

Based on a scandalous real-life incident involving a suspect in a bank bombing who jumped — or was pushed — from a fourth-floor window at a police station in Milan, Italy in 1969