Fells Point Corner Theatre presents on its Sokal Stage Martin McDonagh's A Behanding in Spokane, directed by Howard Berkowitz.
After decades of searching, Carmichael arrives in town, the suspected location of his missing left hand. With the invasion of several unwelcome guests in his hotel room, including an obsessed bellhop and a pair of quarrelsome young lovers, Carmichael resorts to some underhanded methods to find his missing appendage and keep the others quiet.
Director Howard Berkowitz teaches English/Humanities at The Park School. He has been involved in theatre for over twenty-five years, directing and acting at The Park School, as well as with several community theatres in the Baltimore/Washington area, most recently in the Theatrical Mining Company’s production of Abraham and Isaac and Fells Point Corner Theatre’s 10X10 (2012), in which he both directed and acted.
Jeff Murray, Michael Smith, Eric Stein and Emily Sucher team up for this rough, raw roller-coaster of a play!
The play opens on Friday, September October 19 and runs through Sunday, November 4, 2012. Performances of A Behanding in Spokane are Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. and Sundays at 2:00 p.m.*
All tickets for opening weekend are only $12! Regular Admission: Fridays and Saturdays - $17, Sunday Matinées - $15, Cheap Seat Thursdays - $12 For tickets, go to www.fpct.org.
*There will be two “Cheap Seat Thursday” performances on October 25th and November 1st at 8:00 p.m.