WOMEN HAVE TEETH TONGUE EYES TOO

10 min: 1F 3M

synopsis:

Three men barge into a closed market. When one gets bit, the others try to bite back. As the saying goes, an eye for an eye. A play that explores the dangers of blindness.  

casting:
Man 1 
Man 2
Man 3
Woman
history:
2018: University of Connecticut | Staged Reading | dir. Michael Bradford

REVIEWS

“ There is a mythical component to this play. The story being told feels both very current and ancient. The pacing of this play beautifully builds the danger and creates tension in the audience. Love the eye motif. Can’t wait to see this performed.”
- Shaun Leisher || Literary Manager of Emerge Theatre Company, Literary Manager of RE: Theatre, Nominator for The Kilroys + 50 Playwright Project 
“ An unsettling and wrenching piece that explores sexual violence in a kind of fabulistic/mythical manner. So much is packed into this ten minute piece--a genre generally reserved for comedy and singular bits. This manages to be a potent self-contained story that tackles expansive, weighty content. Lots of room for directors, designers, and performers to interpret. ”
- Nick Malakhow || Playwright + Theatre Educator
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