The Cherry Lane Theatre, tucked away on Commerce Street in the West Village, has showing a staging of the Korean play, O Chang-gun's Toenail. O Chang-gun's Toenail (also known as General O's Toenail) is a fairy tale about the inhumanity of war. Written by Park Jo-Yeol, a North Korean refugee who was influenced by Beckett, its performances were forbidden in Korea for 15 years and remain popular today. We've been hearing great things about this staging and Gothamist is heading down to see it before its run ends on July 25. To get tickets, go to Smarttix.

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