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Eat The Devil

02/21/19 | 8:00 Pm - 9:30 Pm

The Tank

312 W 36th St Map

212-563-626

$15 and up


21-02-2019 12:00:00 21-02-2019 12:00:00 America/New_York Eat The Devil | 8:00 Pm - 9:30 Pm A terrifying virus is infecting post-fact America. As vicious media pundits battle to control the narrative, an artifically intelligent sex doll named Mia has a breakthroughBut will she be our Savior, or is she the Angel of Death? EAT THE DEVIL is a wildly hilarious flight through an internet-driven Apocalypse that will leave you wondering if you have enough freeze-dried queso to survive EAT THE DEVIL is the first production to come out of the OYL Megaphone Program that supports young playwrights in creating unconventional, radical new work. Started in 2017, the OYL Megaphone Program is OYL's secondary new play development program specifically for young, un-produced playwrights. OYLs mission is to create bold, athletic new works of theater that draw on the power of collaboration the group, the ensemble, the chorus to express bold visions of our collective human experience. Our vision as a company is to create magical experiences for audiences that transcend the ordinary, transport the spirit and embrace the magical. We are deeply passionate about the artform of theater and seek to inspire the next generation of creators through our educational programs and support of young theater artists. Over the past six years, OYL has premiered five productions in New York City: Kevin Armento and Bryony Laverys Balls, Kevin Armentos please excuse my dear aunt sally, Bryony Laverys Stockholm, Mark Ravenhills pool (no water), Gary Hendersons Skin Tight, and Pamela Carters What We Know. OYL has also performed pool (no water) in Boston at A.R.T.s Oberon stage in 2014 and please excuse my dear aunt sally at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2016. Recently OYL has received a 2018 Drama Desk Nomination (Sound Design, Balls) 2016 Drama Desk Nomination (Original Score, please excuse my dear aunt sally), a 2016 Edinburgh Stage Award (Best Ensemble, please excuse my dear aunt sally), a 2017 Houston Theater Award for Best Sound; and 2017 Houston Theater Award Nominations for Best New Play & Best Set and Property Design. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=352254 The Tank The Tank

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A terrifying virus is infecting post-fact America. As vicious media pundits battle to control the narrative, an artifically intelligent sex doll named Mia has a breakthroughBut will she be our Savior, or is she the Angel of Death? EAT THE DEVIL is a wildly hilarious flight through an internet-driven Apocalypse that will leave you wondering if you have enough freeze-dried queso to survive EAT THE DEVIL is the first production to come out of the OYL Megaphone Program that supports young playwrights in creating unconventional, radical new work. Started in 2017, the OYL Megaphone Program is OYL's secondary new play development program specifically for young, un-produced playwrights. OYLs mission is to create bold, athletic new works of theater that draw on the power of collaboration the group, the ensemble, the chorus to express bold visions of our collective human experience. Our vision as a company is to create magical experiences for audiences that transcend the ordinary, transport the spirit and embrace the magical. We are deeply passionate about the artform of theater and seek to inspire the next generation of creators through our educational programs and support of young theater artists. Over the past six years, OYL has premiered five productions in New York City: Kevin Armento and Bryony Laverys Balls, Kevin Armentos please excuse my dear aunt sally, Bryony Laverys Stockholm, Mark Ravenhills pool (no water), Gary Hendersons Skin Tight, and Pamela Carters What We Know. OYL has also performed pool (no water) in Boston at A.R.T.s Oberon stage in 2014 and please excuse my dear aunt sally at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2016. Recently OYL has received a 2018 Drama Desk Nomination (Sound Design, Balls) 2016 Drama Desk Nomination (Original Score, please excuse my dear aunt sally), a 2016 Edinburgh Stage Award (Best Ensemble, please excuse my dear aunt sally), a 2017 Houston Theater Award for Best Sound; and 2017 Houston Theater Award Nominations for Best New Play & Best Set and Property Design.

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