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Fat Pig - Queensland Theatre Company - Bille Brown Studio 2010

by Neil LaBute

Though classified as a dark comedy by many, the technical structure of Fat Pig tends to fall more in the category of drama. Drama is a relatively new term used for describing genre. It is differentiates from tragedy or comedy because it can have a happy or sad ending depending on the author's viewpoint. Opened on November 17, 2004 Off-Broadway at the MCC Theater in New York City and directed by Jo Bonney. Cast was as follows: Ashlie Atkinson (Helen), Andrew McCarthy (Carter), Jeremy Piven (Tom), Keri Russell (Jeannie). This production was hailed as a provocative comedy that made the audience think. David Amsden said in New York Magazine, "You emerge from his plays either praising him for the metaphoric slap in the face or simply wishing you knew where he lived, so you can hunt down the bastard and deliver a literal slap of your own. The guy is doing something right, in short.... His cruel wit and chronicles of immoral moralizers have made him, arguably, the most legitimately provocative and polarizing playwright at work today." Ashlie Atkinson, Andrew McCarthy, Jeremy Piven, Keri Russell.

Fat Pig QTC Cast - Paige Gardiner, Amy Ingram, Steven Rooke, Christopher Sommers

Director - Morgan Dowsett
Designer - Renne Mulder

Playwright - Neil LaBute

Souvenir Program Date 2010

Size 100 x 150 mm Pocket size program with 45 Pages

Condition: Used 8/10

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