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A Behanding in Spokane - Broadway

Christopher Walken stars in Martin McDonagh's newest black comedy.

Give Them a Hand! Walken, Rockwell, Mackie & Kazan Open in A Behanding in Spokane

When a Broadway play’s plot summary is as enticing as “Christopher Walken plays a man in search of his missing hand,” you know opening night will attract a star-studded crowd. That was certainly true on March 4, when Martin McDonagh’s latest black comedy A Behanding in Spokane premiered at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. From tough guys (Harvey Keitel, Stacy Keach) to funny guys (David Hyde Pierce, SNL’s Jason Sudeikis) to all-around superstar Hugh Jackman, Behanding drew them all on opening night. After the show, guests gathered at Bobby Flay’s popular theater district eatery Bar Americain for a swinging soiree. Take a look at everyone who made the scene.

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