Ambitions and visions collide in this new satirical comedy about identity, harassment, and narcissism in the age of social media, set in the visual arts world. More…
Calvin is a photographer and self-proclaimed provocateur in desperate need of an idea for his next installation. Grace, his girlfriend and publicist, and Fyn, his best friend and art dealer, are turning up the heat as the deadline approaches. Meanwhile, two eponymous Art Handlers begin to complicate the situation when they become the target of Grace’s unwanted attention. Mrs. Marbleblatt, a widowed patron of the arts, further queers the equation when she takes a prurient interest in Calvin’s work.
'Dick Pix' is running in rotating repertory with 'Perfect Teeth.'
“McCoy's new witty comedy...Gender norms are turned upside down in this creative and punchy satirical show that delivers nonstop laughs...I felt that the use of language choice made by the playwright was in line with the current times exploration of gender norms. I was struck by use of the language and dialogue delivered by the different characters great vocal presence...I really enjoyed plot and the delivery by the characters was exceptional. The show was a smart, witty, and comedic gem!" Full Review
“'Dick Pix's' witty, self-aware comedy lets audiences have a wonderfully fun time interrogating the entire system of gender...Makes some fun of the conventions and self-seriousness of the art world...Brings about a sort of alienation effect by swapping the expected genders in certain situations...Shines in the execution of its combination of winning silliness and social satire. Don't miss your chance to experience it in the flesh.” Full Review
See it if If you like smart and witty.It's a wise look at harassment, gender identity, artistic integrity,internet fame. Great actors. Loved it!
Don't see it if you wholly identify as a right wing conservative cisgender. This is not your play. Go see a Disney musical.
See it if social commentary on the art world enlivened by a talented cast & lots o' punchlines script done in a gallery setting would amuse you
Don't see it if pix of dicks, casting women as men, uncomfortable folding chairs, scathing social commentary would offend you
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