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Dinora Z. Walcott and Nora Kirkpatrick in "Women Laughing Alone With Salad" at the Kirk Douglas Theatre.

Photo by Craig Schwartz

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Women Laughing Alone With Salad

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Mar 6 – Apr 3, 2016

Kirk Douglas Theatre

Women Laughing Alone With Salad

A Feminist Fantasia with Balls

Critic's Choice

"Full of wild and unexpected ingredients! Sheila Callaghan gives us a lot to chew on, and the maniacal abundance of her approach is hard to resist, even (or especially) when it’s gleefully vulgar."

West Coast Premiere

What's on the menu for Meredith, Tori, and Sandy: the three women in Guy's life? Healthy lifestyles, upward mobility, meaningful sex? Or self-loathing and distorted priorities?

Inspired by the strangely ubiquitous advertising trend of picturing attractive women blissfully eating salad, award-winning playwright Sheila Callaghan breaks all the rules of our image-obsessed culture in Women Laughing Alone With Salad. This raw comedy is served with a side of feminism and tossed with audacious imagery, biting social critique, and devastating humor.

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By Sheila Callaghan
Directed by Neel Keller

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