A riot of blood and wit, The Lieutenant of Inishmore is cinematic, gripping, hilarious, grisly, and poignant all at once. It's Tarantino live -- but with a point. This is theater that demands to be seen.
Judging by the Saturday night audience at Gablestage, however, chances are if you're under 60, you're not seeing it.
Listen, young Miami: If you've ever thought about getting out to a play, but more often than not can't be bothered, go. Because if you don't start going, this sort of theater is doomed; in 20 years there won't be an audience. --Frank Houston
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