New York City
There’s an episode of Saved By The Bell where Zach ends up being forced to go to the prom with a fat girl because she bid on him at a school love auction. She’s really nice and smart, but Zach’s embarrassed to be seen with her because she’s so fat. There is also a play set in an office written by a famous American playwright. The main character in it is a fat librarian who finds love with a guy from that office, but then he dumps her because he’s embarrassed to be seen with her. Also, sometimes, there are episodes of Law & Order about fat people killing skinny people because they teased them and stuff. Dog Eat Dog isn’t about any of those people or things. But it is about being fat. Featuring Anna O’Donoghue (Stoppard’s Rock ‘N’ Roll on Broadway), Nate Trinrud (the hit webseries Young Talent), Adam Blodgett (Nature Theatre of Oklahoma’s Life And Times at the Public), and Amir Wachterman (Pipeline Theatre’s Clown Bar). Designs by Chris Barlow and Ryan Seelig. Written and Directed by Morgan Gould (Co-creator of Young Jean Lee’s Untitled Feminist Show), Dog Eat Dog is funny and not boring and only 60 minutes.