Wild, Wild West

One of the biggest challenges in trying to mike a production of True West is finding a place that won't get battered during the course of the play. In Sam Shepard's comic battle of two very different brothers attempting to co-author a screenplay in their mother's suburban LA home, nearly every piece of furniture either gets smashed with a golf club, doused with beer, or covered with crumbs of buttered toast.

For the current hit Broadway production of the play, directed by Matthew Warc

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