Thursday, April 14, 2011

Lights, Camera, Carnage in the Big 'Burgh

At Bricolage Theatre, 937 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh

I had the pleasure of attending a special Bloggers' Night preview of the newest theatrical production from Bricolage, Hunter Gatherers, yesterday evening. 

Let me give you the quick lowdown on the theater itself.  It is small and intimate, and if you sit in the front row you are often only a few feet away from the actors.  In essence, you feel like you are sitting right in the middle of a very entertaining and somewhat twisted sitcom. 

I won't say much about Hunter Gatherers itself (because I would hate to give away too much of the good stuff!), but there are a few things you should know before you go:
  • This play is for you if you have a healthy appetite for raunchy, and at times animalistic humor and have the hunger to laugh. Hysterically. Often.
  • This is not one of those theatrical performances in which you glance at your watch every 10 minutes, wondering when it will be over.  In fact, you are a little disappointed when the 15 minute intermission is called. ;)
  • This play will beckon and satisfy the foodie and the theatre lover alike.  If you are a hardcore vegan, maybe not so much. ;)
For further details on Hunter Gatherers and Bricolage, please visit below:


  1. It is at the Bricolage Theater on Liberty Avenue downtown. :) If you are still interested in a pair of tix, let me know! :)

  2. You should make sure to see some Midnight Radio also at Bricolage.