Philip Ridley's dark comedy The Pitchfork Disney, a London Fringe cult phenomenon in the early 90s, is the inaugural New York production from the British theatre company Stiff Upper Lip. In Ridley's hauntingly phantasmagoric story, self-styled nightclub entertainer Cosmo Disney preys on two chocolate-addicted twins (a brother and a sister in their 20s) after being invited to their dreary East London flat.
There is no late seating for this show.
Wednesday July 9th, 2003 8pm
Thursday July 10th, 2003 8pm
Sunday July 13th, 2003 3pm
"A sensationally creepy and menacing funhouse! Marvelously acted!" -- David Cote, Time Out NY
"A first-rate revival! Hold on to your chair, for this is a dizzying descent into dementia!" -- Chesley Plemmons, Danbury News-Times
"For over-the-top gothic creepiness, this mounting is unmatched! ...a remarkable tour de force star performance by Victor Villar-Hauser...supremely edgy!" -- Martin Denton, nytheatre.com
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