Seen on Broadway: Child killings. Nasty surprises in strange boxes. And laughs. It can all only mean one thing: the UK’s Martin McDonagh, author of the Tony-nominated Leenane trilogy, is back in town, with The Pillowman. While much different than those black-comedy shockers ("it’s, it’s…-esque," says its main character, struggling to define the content of his short stories), it does not lack for jolts. On the shivery gray set Scott Pask has made out of the Booth Theatre, a detective (Jeff ...
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