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When The Pillowman opened in 2005 on Broadway, it was the dark horse that left viewers stunned and compelled. "Comedies don't come any blacker," wrote New York Times reviewer Ben Brantley. And just as Martin McDonagh's award-winning play intrigued the theater circuit, it captured the imagination of someone closer to (our) home.

cwright@csindy.com

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