Dark Comedy! Feathers and Teeth at Artists Repertory Theatre (March 19, 2017)

Feathers and Teeth is a dark comedy in the truest sense of the phrase. It’s funny and gruesome at the same time. It’s similar to Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events in its dark tone. The story begins when the family catches a monster in a pot.  The audience hears horrifying sounds and wonders if the monster ever be seen or is its image left to their imagination? This is a family friendly adventure of horror and drama.

Agatha Day Olson is excellent as the young girl, Chris. Upon her first entrance to the stage, she heads immediately to the monster and begins stabbing it! Blood flies everywhere! This scene is followed by Chris yelling at her father’s girlfriend “You’re not my mother!” It is evident Chris is going through some issues after losing her mom. The adults bury the pot, but Chris digs it up! The audience is constantly trying to figure out her motives as she often lies. At first Chris denies retrieving the pot, but then she claims her intentions were to give it as a wedding gift. It’s a wildly fun performance!

Artists Repertory Theatre, Feathters and Teeth

Get tickets now for Feathers and Teeth through April 2nd!

Quinn Delaney

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