Origin Theatre Company presents the world premiere production of this drama about neighbors in a Chicago suburb housing project are brought together by a deadly encounter involving their dogs. More…
As the action unwinds, the play teeters precariously on the cutting edge of gender and race in America, often pushing the play’s bright naturalism to the limit. Written by Italian actor, director, and playwright Marco Calvani.
See it if Three hander exploring racism, homophobia & general suspicion of the different among us but also incorporating every urban woe.
Don't see it if Characters confuse own points of view & sometimes shout over each other. Play’s intent somewhat unfocused & not original.
See it if You want to see Dan Butler give an exceptional performance and can overlook the heavy handed writing.
Don't see it if You expect the playwright to use any care or finesse with how he communicates these ideas.
See it if you're into plays about "hot-button" issues (race, sexuality, e.g.), even if the treatment of them isn't particularly insightful or engaging
Don't see it if you're looking for a truly thought-provoking and interesting play touching on "hot-button" issues (race, sexuality, e.g.).
See it if Good authorial intentions, occasionally good acting, especially by the script playing Sacco.
Don't see it if Flabby writing, badly needs a sharp editor; confusing; unpersuasive characters; poor acting by the actress playing animal control officer.