Welcome to our stage reading of The Food Chain by Nicky Silver!
If you didn't have an appetite before entering the theatre, you will by the time this play starts.
On the surface, The Food Chain might look like a bunch of self-centred narcissists living an overly privileged life. But really, at its very core, it's about sex, beauty and rocky road. We bring you comedy (or a tragedy masked as comedy) straight from Manhattan in the mid 90s. Expect neuroses to be developed, defined and subject to abject reinforcement.
This stage reading is directed by Elina Jackson.
Amanda – Iida Karlstedt
Bea – Emily Matthews
Ford – Zach Chamberlaine
Serge – Charlie Shingleton
Otto – Anthony Herman
“Silver pulls off a seamless meld of style and insight. And The Food Chain just might be the funniest play currently trouncing a New York stage.”
– The Variety, 1995
Sunday 27 Sept at 5 pm
Tuesday 29 Sept at 7 pm
Wednesday 30 Sept at 7 pm
Friday 2 Oct at 7 pm
Sunday 4 Oct at 2 pm
Please note the varying performance times!
CONTENT WARNING: The adult themes and language of this play are not suitable for children. We kindly ask that you do not bring children or babies to this show.
NoName Theatre, Korkeavuorenkatu 17, Helsinki
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