Field Dressing is playing:
April 13th – 29th
at the Tricklock Performance Laboratory
$20 General/$15 Students & Seniors
*April 20th special 7pm showtime
Tricklock Company presents Field Dressing
an experiment in what we hunt.
Written and performed by Hannah Kauffmann
with music by Kyle Wayne Ruggles.
Directed by Juli Hendren
On September 13th, 1995, at 2:34pm, on the corner of Centennial and Cartwright, while a man in a stupid green sedan blew kisses at her and the hole under the Algebra I book in her backpack stretched unnoticeably wider, 14 year old Violet Francis started growing antlers out of her head.
Field dressing is the process of removing the internal organs of hunted game, and is a necessary step in preserving meat from animals harvested in the wild. The key to a safe and efficient field dressing is a sharp and sturdy knife. Reanimation requires electricity, patience, and music.
After a sold out performance in Tricklock’s Excavations Series as part of the 17th Annual Revolutions International Theatre Festival, Field Dressing is premiering on April 13th and will run for three weeks at the Tricklock Performance Laboratory.