The Night Alive takes Dallas theatergoers from subtle magic to the patently absurd


There are times in The Night Alive when hints of otherwordly happenings infiltrate the everyday lives of a few Irish outcasts. Then there are the other times when bouts of melodramatic ridiculousness hit you over the head like a claw hammer. Thoroughly detailed down to the last dripping faucet and crumpled newspaper, Undermain Theatre’s production is most effective when it dabbles in subtlety. Playwright Conor McPherson’s dialogue often discusses the mundane and banal, but with…

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