"One of those rare and enchanted productions that will live in the memory of all who see it for years to come. Put the words of an Irish playwright into the mouths of his most gifted thespian brethren and a certain thrilling magid is sure to happen. McDonagh has written scenes of dizzying perfection in this play about great human yearning and inescapable mortality." Read more
Get a sneak peek of this "funny and sad and exhilarating" production (CurtainUp.com)
The New York Times Interview
At 27, McDonagh became the first playwright since Shakespeare to have 4 plays running on the West End at the same time.
Deceptively Well Made
Read Scholar Richard Pettengill's examination of the traditional structure in McDonagh's play.
Explore The Cripple of Inishmaan’s journey throughout the United States and Great Britain since its 1996 premiere.
Learn more about Galway's Druid Theatre, the first professional Irish theatre founded outside of Dublin.
March 16–27, 2011
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