Already closed | 1h 30m | Midtown W

Eat the Devil

From 30 member  reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Ambitious, Great acting, Quirky, Confusing

About the show

The Tank, in association with One Year Lease Theater Company, presents this world premiere set in a dystopian, media-crazed near-future, where a mysterious virus is infecting the nation.  More…

As viciously competitive media pundits battle to control the narrative, an artificially intelligent sex doll named Mia has a breakthrough…but will she be our savior, or is she the Angel of Death?

1h 30m | Already closed | The Tank (Midtown W)

Member Reviews (30)


Entertaining, Ambitious, Great acting, Quirky, Confusing

Over the top and all over the place

See it if You want to see a futuristic play that deals with bringing a sex doll to life

Don't see it if If you don’t like plays that feature over the top characters

Also I was very excited to see this based on the description. But I just di... Read more Read less

February 27th, 2019
“The gleefully but fatally overloaded satire...A sci-fi, apocalypse, time-travel, airplane-disaster movie riff, it’s a careening sendup of an out-of-control American culture mesmerized by screens...At 100 minutes, this fervent experiment drags — because it’s too convoluted, and because the single...
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February 26th, 2019
“An exuberant futuristic satire...At a drawn out straight through one hour and 40 minutes, it may be depending on one’s sensibility either hilarious or cumulatively tiresome...Forceful, detailed and smart writing, totally capturing science fiction conventions with an antic spin...The comedy and ...
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February 26th, 2019
“The wild experiment that is ‘Eat The Devil’ is as strangely brewed as you can image by the description. The whole stew is chock full of preposterous political wit and smartly tuned asides about right-wing online fear mongering and YouTube sensationalists. There is gold in some of the statements,...
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February 24th, 2019
“A maximalist spoof of the tech-obsessed, sex-crazed, post-truth time in which we live...The result is a farcical bonfire...’Eat The Devil’ does manage to connect the dots into a story that comprises a multitude of sub-plots, locations and characters...The experience is altogether a messy one. Bu...
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