By Martin McDonagh
Directed by Joseph Price
Co-Produced with UMKC Theatre
The Levin Stage

Ocotber 19 – November 11, 2007

“Mad Padraic”, deemed too reckless for the Irish Republican Army, has only one real friend in the world–a scraggly black feline lovingly called Wee Thomas. In Martin McDonagh’s latest comedy noir, friends and family become foes and the only person you can trust is pointing a gun at your head.


Padriac | Darren Kennedy*
Donny | Theodore Swetz*
Davey | David Graham Jones*
Christy | Bruce Roach*
Brendan | Patrick DuLaney
Joey | Anthony Vaughn Merchant
James | T.J. Chasteen
Mairead | Elana Kepner


Director | Joseph Price
Stage Manager | Ashley Beckham*
Unicorn Theatre Technical Supervisor | Glenn Lewis
Technical Director | Mitch Critel
Set Designer | Ryan J. Zirngibl
Lighting Designer | Rocco D’Santi

Sound Designer | Tim Brandsted
Costume Designer | Pheobe Boynton
Properties Designer | Paula Pearson and PJ Barnett
Dramaturg | David Coley

Dialect Coach | Erika Bailey
Production Assistants | Victoria Frank, Mathias Langford and Nick Padgett
Sound Technician | Melissa McGinnis
Construction | Bradley Branam, Phil Brulotte, Mara Franke, Tom Gault, EJ Reinagel and Jeff Roudabush