St. Ann’s Warehouse and Imagine Ireland present
a Landmark Productions /Galway Arts Festival production
CILLIAN MURPHY in
Written and Directed by ENDA
Designed by Jamie Vartan
Lighting by Adam Silverman
Sound design by Gregory Clarke
Featuring a specially–commissioned score by Donnacha Dennehy
Nov 30 – Dec 2, 2011
Extended through Dec 22, 2011!
Tickets starting at $45
“Murphy is riveting …
a bravura celebration of [Walsh’s] theatrical vision” – The Guardian
“Theatre at its most raw,
most barbaric and most beautiful.” - The Irish Independent
“Misterman is a marvelous achievement.” - The Sunday Independent
Thomas is on a journey. Where did it begin? What voices
does he hear? And what will they tell him to do?
two of Ireland’s brightest stars -- actor Cillian Murphy and writer/director
Enda Walsh -- for the first time since their collaboration on Disco Pigs fifteen years ago.Cillian Murphy (Inception, Batman Begins, Breakfast on
Pluto, The Wind that Shakes the Barley) makes a spectacular return
to the New York stage with a dark, dangerous and blisteringly funny tale about one
young man on his judgment day. With the help of a world-class creative team, original
music, and St. Ann’s cavernous warehouse, Walsh and Murphy conjure an electrifying
vision of an entire town, heaven and hell, in a tour de force solo performance
of epic proportions.
“It seems inadequate to describe Murphy’s performance as
seamless, but this is what he manages…laying bare Thomas Magill’s sad soul as
ragingly as if he took a scalpel to his heart.” – The Sunday Independent
Running time is approximately 90 minutes and there is no intermission.