Greystone Theatre is returning to the stage with their third play of the season: The Cripple of Inishmaan, a dark comedy by Martin McDonagh. The play follows the story of Billy “Cripple” Claven, an isolated and alienated resident of the Aran Islands in Northern Ireland who longs to escape his hometown of Inishmaan. When a…
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