Gripping Tale The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh (In Bruges)
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The last date listed for The Pillowman was Saturday November 23, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Recently one of the hottest tickets on Broadway, Other Desert Cities brings dysfunctional family drama to new heights. Christmas is always somewhat surreal in Palm Springs. It's made even more so this year when Brooke returns home after a long absence to present her conservative parents with a tell-all confessional novel that exposes a pivotal event in their family history. Now, old wounds are reopened, childhood memories are tested and the Wyeth clan learns that some secrets can't stay buried forever in this play by Pulitzer Prize finalist Jon Robin Baitz. Learn More
There is parking both in front of and behind the building. Also, there are quite a few buses that run from Silver Spring Metro and Wheaton Metro directly to Woodmore Shopping Center (where the theater is), but it's still not the easiest to get to via public transit.travel • Nov 18 2013 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Jasmine Taylor
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This is one of my favorite plays, so I was glad to see it at Silver Spring Stage. I enjoyed the feel of the space, it was very intimate and perfect for the telling of the story. You can also dress casual. All of the actors did a great job. I personally had a few issues with continuity (setting, time, ect.), but overall it was a good experience. I will say that I was very well aware of what I was getting into in terms of content. This play has very challenging and disturbing subject matter; it isn't for everyone!
There is a parking lot behind the building. Not many places to eat nearby besides Chipotle, a deli that closes early and a Chinese carryout across the street. We went to downtown Silver Spring...only 10 minutes away when driving and had many great options and places to shop.
Quotes & Highlights
“A complex tale about life and art, about fact and illusion, about politics, society, cruelty and creativity.” —Financial Times
The Pillowman contains mature and disturbing subject matter that may not be suitable for all audiences. It is not recommended for audiences younger than 13 years old.