Written by Martin McDonagh
February 8-9; 14-16; 22-23, 2013 at 7:30pm
February 10; 17; 24, 2013 at 3:00pm
Adults: $22 | Senior, Students, Military: $16 | Groups (10+): $15
Katurian, a writer of grisly short stories often showing violence against children, has been arrested by two detectives, Ariel and Tupolski, because some of his stories resemble recent child murders. When he hears that his brother Michal has confessed to the murders and implicated Katurian, he resigns himself to his execution but attempts to save his stories from destruction. The play includes both narrations and reenactments of several of Katurian's stories, most notably the autobiographical "The Writer and the Writer's Brother", which tells how Katurian developed his disturbed imagination by hearing the sounds of Michal being tortured by their parents.