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 you like stories about random encounters that change the trajectories of people's lives, stories about neighbors, small theater spaces
Don't see it if you don't like heavy-handed discussions of race/gender/sexuality; you don't like bad poetry that attempts to be meaningful.
See it if you like episodic acting scenes that circle around ideas--all at a very loud volume, with provocative announcements
Don't see it if you want clarity about whether this is a comedy or a serious show about race and social issues. Acting was excellent but play made no sense.
See it if you want to see an actor from Frasier almost trip constantly on puddled canvas everywhere. If you like cliche stories about racism and jogs.
Don't see it if you need a clear, coherent script not saddled with unfocused characters and unclear writing.
See it if You want to see a play so bad that it's kind of good. I'm definitely still talking about all the absurd things that happened.
Don't see it if You want to see a fully realized production. The "set" is a couch &box covered in canvas that extends to the seats as well, for some reason.