A Behanding in Spokane Broadway Show
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Irish playwright Martin McDonagh (The Lieutenant of Inishmore, The Beauty Queen of Leenane) brings his special brand of wicked, bloody, dark comedy from the Emerald Isle to the United States in his latest play, A Behanding in Spokane, premiering at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. The cast is headed by the inimitable Christopher Walken, indie film favorite Sam Rockwell, and Anthony Mackie (recently of Shakespeare in the Park's The Bacchae).
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A man is missing his left hand and wants it back. Con men, bloody violence, and, of course, a lot of comedy are all part of the mix in this brand new Martin McDonagh play.
John Crowley (Direction)
Martin McDonagh (Playwright)
Summary Irish playwright Martin McDonagh's latest black comedy is about a man (Christopher Walken) looking for his missing hand, a pair of con artists on the make (Anthony Mackie and Zoe Kazan), and a curious hotel clerk (Sam Rockwell).
Age May be inappropriate for 11 and under. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation This is McDonagh's first attempt at writing a play about Americans, set in America. Although it still has the scribe's signature touches (unsavory characters, comical violence, and clever dialogue), A Behanding in Spokane is McDonagh Lite. It doesn't have the weight of some of his previous plays, which have dealt ingeniously with subjects like terrorism and torture; nor is it quite as funny as those more substantial works. Mackie and Kazan's characters seem underwritten and overacted, but the moments that Walken and Rockwell are together on stage are pure gold.