The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time bloats up on its journey to the stage

But patient audiences will find something to like in Steppenwolf for Young Adults’s new production.

Mark Haddon’s 2003 smash-hit young adult novel was a notable staple on bookstore best-seller tables throughout the aughts for a handful of reasons, not the least of which was its stark brevity. First, the atmospheric kind: using the unadorned first-person voice of Christopher, a 15-year-old boy presumed to be on the autism spectrum, Curious Incident unravels a domestic whodunnit from an unsentimental—yet often heart-wrenching—point of view.…

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