An attractive couple walks into a bar… No, it’s not the opening of a joke. It’s the catalyst that bonds ordinary locals into bizarre misfits. Trap Door Theatre presentsOVERWEIGHT, unimportant: MISSHAPE – A European Supper. The usual suspects are getting their drink on. Piggy and Bunny are knitting and sniping. Karlo is looking for a fight. Herta is looking for a drink. Pussy wants money for the jukebox. Jurgen wants attention for his pontifications. The bar owner just wants the booze and the cash flowing. It’s just another night at the pub, right? Wrong! Tonight strangers are visiting this world of permeating stank. Perched in the corner, the lovebirds are oblivious. And suddenly, that makes them the enemy. The refined couple become the reason for all the unhappiness in the bar… in the world. They have something everyone wants. And what wouldn’t the regulars do to satisfy their hunger for bar justice? OVERWEIGHT, unimportant: MISSHAPE – A European Supper dishes up some controversial bar etiquette.
Rest of my review at Chicago Theater Beat.
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