Fresh Meat

ensemble theatre · karen bram casady · world premiere · 30 mins · United States of America

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A dark comedy with cannibals and furries whereby one small algorithm goes awry and all hell breaks loose.The setting of Fresh Meat is a dystopic society in which criminals are disposed of by anthropophagy – the eating of human flesh. Through some bureaucratic error, Peter, the butcher, is put in the position of carving up a person that he knows thus setting up the action in the play. That mistake causes Peter to realize he can no longer butcher living humans, particularly those with whom he is familiar. The setting of Fresh Meat may look normal in the surface, but it is the societal values and laws that define it as an imaginary dystopic environment thus allowing cannibals, furries and others to engage in their respective shenanigans. That said, a simple way to put the message is: it’s a play about cannibals and furries and how we treat our friends.

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production team

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karen casady

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sarah kline

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gary hirschl

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eric white

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timothy casady

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erin cholakian


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