Boat In The Tiger Suit
A dark comedy twist on family dysfunction + modern politics
After the death of their patriarch, a family splinters off in different directions. Allegiances are forged and former flames re-emerge. Sound like standard family dysfunction? Not for long. Enter a pair of dories and a tiger, but don’t let that feral addition throw you off. This isn't just a parable; the play addresses some high-brow stuff, namely the rise of China and US Imperialism. And since José Zavas is directing, you know it's gonna be a knockout. General admission.
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