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The Misfits

by Arthur Miller
Reimagined for the stage and directed by Annie Ryan

★★★★

“a brooding, intelligent show that reverses the film’s angle of approach so that three male misfits are now seen through the eyes of a critical female outsider.”


A woman walks out of a divorce court into a bar.

A rundown saloon on the outskirts of a desert town in the American West. There's no work. At least, not much worth doing for a man.

But a man is the last thing this woman is looking for.

It's hot and dry. A place of few words and little growth.

The open sky still offers the promise of a better future.

But all around them lie the broken remains of a damaged past.

The Misfits shows the disillusionment of the American Dream and the rage and longing it continues to foster with breathtaking contemporary resonance.

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