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Toronto: “All the Little Animals I Have Eaten” runs March 24-April 12

Monday, February 3, 2020

Governor General Award-nominated, powerhouse playwright Karen Hines (The Pochsy Plays; Crawlspace) serves up a biting meditation on capitalism, consumption, precarity and hope in her latest dark comedy. Set in the extraordinarily modern bistro of an all-women’s condominium, All The Little Animals I Have Eaten follows a tender-hearted young server on the most harrowing shift of her life. With a stellar cast of comedic performers embodying a wild spectrum of characters, this play examines the commodification of feminism, neo-liberalism, and the increasingly unattainable dream of snatching a piece of the real-estate pie.

Running March 24 - April 12, this Toronto premiere features a brilliant team of some of the city’s most exciting comedic performers - Amanda Cordner (Body So Fluorescent), Belinda Corpuz (Tita Collective), Zorana Sadiq (Towards Youth; Bend It Like Beckham) and Amy Rutherford (Soulpepper’s A Streetcar Named Desire). For those looking to save, all tickets for the previews on March 24 and 25 are just $25 and limited PWYC tickets will be available each Sunday!

Visit www.crowstheatre.com.

Photo: Amanda Cordner. © 2020 Dahlia Katz.