When a pipe bursts, it releases toxic unknowns that flood the shop and rob the sisters of coherent speech. Agnes and Kitty are forced to contend with a past that still haunts and divides them. Culminating in a dramatic stand-off played out through an original language of gibberish and jumbled English, 'Pie Shop Play' reveals the havoc that trauma brings down upon all who work in the name of pie.
See it if You want to see an odd ball show that really says something. A real statement about our society and who we are and what we value.
Don't see it if If you don’t like shows that think outside the box. This show goes beyond quirky and embraces downright ODD! In a good way in my opinion.
See it if You really like theatre of the absurd and are willing to be open-minded with art.
Don't see it if You shy away from (often unnecessary) sexual adult themes or don’t appreciate completely unrealistic circumstances.
See it if A wild ride, with strobic flashes of brilliance and silliness. Themes and theatrics galore, and the terrific parts are terrific. See it.
Don't see it if You're uncomfortable with the unconventional, and you don't like to be stretched. You thought it was a show for kids.
See it if you like LGBTQ+ themes and characters and you want to watch a play that makes you think.
Don't see it if you want to understand absolutely everything that happens in the show or you are triggered by references to sexual abuse.
See it if you like thinking about what you watch; you like darker themes encrusted in a fun, silly framework; you enjoy LGBTQ representation
Don't see it if you need everything to be explained clearly; you are uncomfortable with sexual themes; you are uncomfortable with mental health themes
See it if You ache to see genderfuckery and queer relationships complicated by power dynamics & characters' varied efforts to live & love with trauma.
Don't see it if You wish to avoid sexually explicit scenes and allusions to familial abuse.
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