Last Wednesday, Bricolage Production Company invited a group of bloggers to come in and preview their newest play – Hunter Gatherers.
Before I received the invite, I had never heard of Bricolage. They are located at 937 Liberty Avenue and have a really cool storefront-ish space with an intimate theater in the back. According to their website, the group was founded in 2001 and is meant to “immerse artists and audiences in adventurous theatrical experiences that foster connections and alter perceptions”.
To be honest, this type of play/art experience is not something I would normally seek out – I am not quite cool enough to know when and where these things are happening. However, I was really glad I went. Pittsburgh always continues to surprise me with its art and culture scene. The acting was awesome, the audience attentive, and the storyline engaging. This play is the story of a dinner party gone awry. Gone awry in very twisted and bizarre ways, to be exact.
If you want to go see Hunter Gatherers, you are in luck. I have two tickets to give away, courtesy of Bricolage. The tickets can be used for any date between now and April 25th (check out this link for more info and showtimes). The first commenter on this post (that would like the tickets) can have them.
Note: This play has strong language, sexual content, etc. Please be warned!