Dress up games. Dildos. Fake breasts. Men. Banality versus philosophy. Emotion versus rationality. Sultry dialogue. Jealousy. Emotional violence. Everything, in fact, that makes life worth living.
After the success of Freetown and Stock Xenophobia in 2012, the leading Dutch theater company Dood Paard returns to La MaMa with the U.S. premiere of a feminist lesbian relationship comedy about militant sexuality. Three women, named Swift, Cocky and Deedee, negotiate shifting power relationships, juggle dildos and fake breasts, play dress-up games and cross swords about men, breast reductions, philosphy versus banality and emotion versus rationality.
Imagine Mean Girls on steroids with middle-aged lesbian clowns.