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04/17/2013

Theater Review: Venice Theatre Stage II’s A Behanding in Spokane

Followers of playwright Martin McDonagh’s work (The Lieutenant of Inishmore, The Pillowman) know about the dark places he likes to go—albeit with that trademark, twisted McDonagh humor. So they won’t be too surprised to learn that the current McDonagh work at Venice Theatre’s Stage II, A Behanding in Spokane, contains “offensive language” or “adult situations.” […]

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03/18/2013

Theater Review: Our Town

Our Town is one of those plays that has become so familiar and so beloved, it’s hard to believe it struggled to open on Broadway, back in 1938, as the program notes for Venice Theatre’s current Stage II production mention. Watching it today, after the countless productions it’s had in the past 75 years, it […]

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