Brooklyn | 1h 30m | Ends Apr 06

The Dog, The Night, and The Knife

From 4 member reviews
Members say: Confusing, Entertaining, Ambitious, Edgy, Dream like

About the show

J.U.S.T. Toys Productions presents this US premiere, an existentialist drama which centers around ideas of trust, safety, love, logic versus emotion, dream versus reality, and immortality versus murder. More…

In J.U.S.T Toys exploration of Mayenburg’s work, M is trapped in a nightmarish world full of blood-thirsty strangers - both human and canine. In this town, the desire to love becomes a desire to possess. In this town, “I want you” becomes “I want to eat you” and a lover quickly becomes prey— literally. Haunted by the demons of destruction, Younger Sister discovers new unfamiliar feelings towards M in an exploration of the possibility of love amidst a cannibalistic dystopia.

1h 30m | Ends Apr 06 | Irondale Center (Brooklyn)

“The Dog, The Night, and The Knife” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

Meditative, Dream like

See it if You like dream like plays in a great space

Don't see it if You need realism or unambiguous storytelling

Intense, Thought-provoking, Great acting, Ambitious, Confusing

See it if You enjoy strange, slow-developing stories with repetitive themes, told by fantastic actors in an uniquely staged format.

Don't see it if You prefer traditional storylines with clear plot/objectives. This story folds in on itself, intentionally, and is interesting, but unclear.

A little thought provoking but mostly what is going on, Quirky, Entertaining, Confusing

See it if You like a well acted and produced experimental theater about dystopian world of violence and fear

Don't see it if YOU want a linear plot or musical or any standard theater

Edgy, Entertaining, Confusing

See it if If you like edgy shows with complicated plots.

Don't see it if If you like shows that have a simple plot that are not edgy.

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