Three’s a crowd in Ballyturk


Irish playwright Enda Walsh begins St. Ann’s new season with Ballyturk, a play in which two characters, One and Two, seem perfectly content living in their small Irish village of Ballyturk until Three shows up and pops their symbiotic bubble. As The Guardian put it, “It is as if Beckett’s Godot had unexpectedly materialised.” It’s a very physical, humorous, and David Lynch-cryptic kind of play, by one of the best, most prolific living playwrights. Sounds like a perfect Tuesday night. Tickets start at $35; the show runs through January 28.

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