Set largely in an interrogation room in an unnamed totalitarian state, this black comedy follows fiction writer Katurian as he is questioned by police. The authorities suspect him of committing a series of murders in the area that are strikingly similar to the gruesome crimes described in his short stories. Katurian's mentally challenged brother is also brought in for questioning, and over the course of the play, the brothers are forced to relive the traumatic events of their own upbringing through the lens of Katurian's writings. This brilliant work about storytelling and its implications won Irish playwright Martin McDonagh the 2004 Olivier Award for Best New Play, the 2005 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best New Foreign Play and two Tony Awards.
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