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Center Stage Outdoes Itself with “Skull in Connemara”

In the theater world before Martin McDonagh, there wasn’t a tremendous call for limbs and bones and viscera, or at least not as much call – it’s not like companies were in the habit of playing Titus Andronicus on a regular basis – but with plays like A Behanding in Spokane and A Skull in Connemara, McDonagh has upped the ante immensely. Center Stage’s prop department built almost two hundred skulls for its run of Skull in Connemara, each one of which had to be as much like a real skull as possible. (Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun)