Audio Interview: The cast of “Pizza Man” at The Dorie Theatre at the Complex


Ashton Marcus

Ashton Marcus

Writer, Non-Registered Critics


Darlene Traviotto's “Pizza Man” is a serio-comedy that intends to turn the tables on sexism. Written in the 80's, Pizza Man is a story of two 20-something women, Julie and Alice, who decide to vent their patriarchy-induced frustrations in a drastic way. Distressed with the state of their lives and their place in the world they decide one night to overcome their position by doing something aggressive; "something a man would do." Intending to turn the tables on years of misogyny and sexism, they pick a guy, any guy, to take advantage of. "Men have been doing it for years, why can't a woman try it?" Once Julie and Alice convince an unsuspecting pizza delivery man to come in and share a beer with them, the evening gets wild, angry, crazy, funny, and cathartic.*
Enjoy this interview with the cast of “Pizza Man” at The Dorie Theatre at the Complex, running until Aug 26th. You can listen to this interview while commuting, while waiting in line at the grocery store or at an audition, backstage and even front of the stage. For tickets and more info Click here.

*Taken from the website

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