Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Do Pigs Fly? The TOSOS Production of Chris Weikel's Pig Tale May Tell You

Got an email this morning about Chris Weikel's Pig Tale, which TOSOS is producing at the Wings Theatre in December/early January at Wings Theatre Company, part of that commpany's Gay Play Series.

Before I post the press release, though, let's everyone take note that director Mark Finley has created a blog, Telling Pig Tale, that promises to follow the progress of the show "from pre-production to closing night!" Welcome to the blogosphere, Mark, and please do keep posting.

Here, then, is the publicist's 411 on Pig Tale:

Set in the wilds of the East Village, Pig Tale is a witty, sexy urban faerie tale with a twist. When the handsome love interest suddenly turns into a real pig one night, his boyfriend has to wonder: doesn't that break all the rules of casual dating in the city? A look at what it takes for some humans - and especially some New Yorkers - to come to terms with commitment, cuddling and settling down together in that mythical house upstate.

As part of the Gay Play Series presented by Wings Theatre Company, this TOSOS The Other Side of Silence production of Pig Tale runs from December 5 to January 3, Mon-Thur-Fri-Sat at 8 pm, Sun at 3:30 pm (no performances Christmas Day or New Year's Day). Wings Theatre - 154 Christopher Street in the Archive Building (between Washington and Greenwich Streets); closest subway: 1 to Christopher St./Sheridan Square, walk west on Christopher. For reservations please call (212) 627-2961.

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