January 2, 2020

theater production

Date(s) - Thursday, January 2, 2020 - Saturday, January 11, 2020
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

A.P.E. Gallery

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by Martin McDonagh
Performed by No Theater


A dark comedy by the writer/director of “In Bruges” and the Academy Award winning film “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

The December performances are sold out.
The Production has been held over.
January 2020 performances are Thursday/Friday/Saturday
January 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 at 8:00 pm
Limited Seating

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More info: http://www.apearts.org/current.html

Performed by No Theater veterans Roy Faudree, Charles Holt, Jane Karakula and Tom Mahnken, the play takes place in McDonagh’s fictional rural West Ireland small town where people “smile at you ‘til you’re a mile away before they start talking behind your back.”

No Theater, the resident theater of A.P.E., takes its time working on its original scripts and productions of the published works of playwrights. No Theater presented three separate local productions of Richard Maxwell’s CAVEMAN over a period of three years before its New York run in 2013. 2018’s google gogol was the result of members of the community reading several translations and adaptations of Nikolai Gogol’s Ревизор (THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR) for a year.

A SKULL IN CONNEMARA is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.

A SKULL IN CONNEMARA was first presented as a Druid Theatre Company and Royal Court Theatre co-production in Galway, Ireland and then in London in the summer of 1997. “Mr. McDonagh’s great strength is that he combines a love of traditional story-telling with the savage ironic humour of the modern generation…. In A SKULL IN CONNEMARA, a gravedigger, whose job is to disinter the bones of seven-year-old corpses and smash them to a pulp, is hotly suspected of killing his wife.” THE GUARDIAN

Based in Northampton, No Theater has been presenting their new original experimental works in Western Massachusetts and around the world since 1972, alongside innovative productions of plays by such diverse writers as Shakespeare, Chekhov, Čapek, Kroetz, Gogol, Williams, Albee, Berkman, Maceda, Mullin, McDonald, and Maxwell.

House opens at 7:30pm. Performance starts promptly at 8:00pm. No late seating.

Running time approximately 90 minutes.
Limited seating (20).
Limited engagement, 4 performance only, Friday/Saturday, December 20/21 and 27/28, 2019.

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Photo by Matthew Cavanaugh


Bookings are closed for this event.