*MATURE CONTENT // PROVOCATIVE SCENES // LOUD NOISES*
Martin McDonagh’s “The Pillowman”, winner of the 2004 Olivier Award for Best Play, will alternately make you laugh and scare you to death. The play mixes life and art in a theatrically dazzling brew that raises crucially important questions about censorship and the limits of artistic license. The Pillowman prods the audience, as if at knifepoint, to reconsider how modern societies set the balance between safety and freedom.
Performances Dates: March 30 // March 31 // April 1 // April 2 // April 6 // April 7 // April 8 // April 9 (Thursday through Sunday over two weekends)
All performances at 8 P.M.