Date/Time: 08 Jun 2019 - 18 Jun 2019

Written by Lewis Treston

Directed by Kate Champion

In this bizarre account of a small team of ecommerce retailers struggling to sell their range of pet supplies on their PAWS website, MEAT EATERS is a fluorescent and disturbed comedy about cruelty.

The play sinks its fangs into a full kennel of hairy questions, including: the ethics of eating meat, the dark side of human nature and, most importantly, what it might be like to date a dog.

It’s a cerebral, surreal and sometimes simply silly comedy that tickles your funny bone before slugging a hammer into your rib cage.

MEAT EATERS was first developed  through Sydney Theatre Company's Rough Draft program.

This production may contain coarse language, partial nudity, sexual themes, intense strobe lighting and smoke/haze effects.

8, 11–14, 17-18 June 2019, 8pm
17 June, 1pm

NIDA Theatres, Studio Theatre

NIDA final year BFA Acting students and students from the BFA Costume, Properties and Objects, Scenic Construction and Technologies, Technical Theatre and Stage Management, and MFA Design for Performance.