Comedies don't come any blacker than this spellbinding stunner of a play by Martin McDonagh, it tells the tale of a writer in a totalitarian country has been dragged in for questioning and probable torture by the police. It seems that Katurian writes stories in which children are horribly murdered and someone in town has been imitating his stories, including the ones that haven't been published. But the police control the papers. So have there really been any child murders, or have the police faked them in order to dispose of a writer whose work disgusts them? The plot is twisty-turny beyond belief and viciously funny. Presented by Actor's Cafe Productions.
Ages: Mature Audiences