THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN
Jul. 23 to Aug. 20, 2022
by Martin McDonagh
About the Play/Event
Director: Susan Boulanger
Jul. 23 — Aug. 20, 2022 Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
Choose a Date
- Friday, July 22, 8pm – Half Price Preview
- Saturday, July 23, 8pm – Opening Night and Champagne Gala
- Friday, July 29, 8pm
- Saturday, July 30, 8pm
- Sunday, July 31, 2pm
- Friday, August 5, 8pm
- Saturday, August 6, 8pm
- Sunday, August 7, 2pm
- Friday, August 12, 8pm
- Saturday, August 13, 8pm
- Sunday, August 14, 2pm
- Friday, August 19, 8pm
- Saturday, August 20, 8pm – Closing Night
COVID Patron Safety Protocol
Please know that at our performances you, and everyone in your party (including children), will be asked to:
- Provide Proof of Vaccination or show A Negative Covid Test result from within the past 72 hours upon entry.
- Wear a mask within the facility.
- Voluntarily assume all risks related to potential exposure to COVID-19.
Any questions regarding the policy please call and speak to a staff member, 562-494-1014
PLEASE NOTE: The Studio Theater is on the 2nd Floor. There is no elevator and the theater is only accessible by stairs.
McDonagh's…comic talent appears unlimited, and he also has a way…of mixing up his humor with a touch of the poet and a profound sense of tragedy always dangerously lurking on comedy's untidy fringe. In short, young McDonagh is a playwright to reckon with…
Billy’s dream of getting away from the island of Inishmaan seems to come true when he gets the chance to meet Hollywood director Robert Flannery as he comes to the neighboring island of Inishmore to film his next project. Will Billy have the chance to escape his tedious daily life and the casual meanness of the other inhabitants of this small Irish island, or will it all go wrong? Find out in this very funny, darkly comic tale from the playwright who brought us The Lieutenant of Inishmore and last year’s Oscar-nominated film, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. McDonagh’s characters will entertain you as they balance on his famous tightrope of cruelty, kindness, humor, and vulnerability.