Winner of the New York Drama Critics' Award for Best Foreign Play. "One of the most exciting new plays in ages."--The New York Times. Broadway tie-in edition of the Butterworth’s highly acclaimed play about national identity, living on the margins and the necessity of rebellion. Johnny Byron, a roguish ne’er-do-well who faces eviction from his trailer in the woods, refuses to acquiesce to authorities. Following a sold-out production in London, this “great, sprawling brawl of a play” (New York Times) transferred to Broadway for limited engagement run.