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Brendan Coyle confronts the undead in St. Nicholas


The Donmar Warehouse production of Conor McPherson’s play comes to the Goodman.

Self-loathing men occupy the center of Conor McPherson’s world—and he gives them plenty to hate about themselves. That’s particularly true for the unnamed narrator in McPherson’s 1997 solo play, in which a jaded and repulsive theater critic abandons his life in Dublin and falls in with a gang of vampires in suburban London.…

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