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The living room set by David Zinn is ordinary, except for the Henri Rousseau-inspired cyclorama looming behind it. Soon, a life-size slaughtered goat is slowly lowered over the modular sofa and a young woman enters to cut it down and carry the carcass off as if she’d just killed and butchered it. We soon learn that she does indeed do her own killing and butchering of animals. It’s what’s called “ethical slaughtering.” If you want to eat, you must have the guts to kill it. When a play begins with a goat, you know you’re in for an evening of. »

- Robert Hofler

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