Eat the Runt
A satirical piece which turns its sharp eye on political correctness, office politics, sexual harassment, religious persuasions, and societal and cultural norms. The actors don’t know which role they’ll play until the audience decides for them at each performance. The actors forge their own unique interpretations in any one of the 40,320 possible casting combinations that could confront them, creating a unique and hilarious interpretation of the show every night.
Production InfoCast: 8 total (4 female, 4 male, flexible casting)
Full Length Drama (about 100 minutes)
Minimal Set Requirements
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“I saw EAT THE RUNT … I loved it … [a] remarkable, original comedy … scenes that are brilliant set pieces of — alternately — satire and comic flights of fancy … It’s surreal, it’s treacherous, and it’s sweet … Avery Crozier, the astonishing young playwright who created EAT THE RUNT, is toying with ideas of perception, political correctness, and societal and cultural norms throughout this play, and always on multiple levels … it’s smart, sassy, funny, and devastatingly original.” —Martin Denton, nytheatre.com
“… clever comedy centered on a job applicant’s bizarre series of interviews at an art museum … the script contains … wit, intelligence, and twists …” —Robert Dominguez, Daily News
“… a clever and inventive script … a dazzling new work that captures the very essence of theater.” —Barbara & Scott Siegel, theatremania.com
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