By Sheila Callaghan
Directed by Devon de Mayo
Dangerous, fierce and funny, Women Laughing Alone with Salad bursts out of the bounds of internet meme-dom and onto the stage in a four person comic tour-de-force about friendship, salad, sex, bodies, yoga, salad, men, envy, women, pharmaceuticals, diets, salad and uppers and salad.
A satire about how we live with ourselves. Or, possibly, how we can't.
"This fresh, funny play is the poster child for what feminist theatre should be: a great night out on the town watching a slambam comedy which is also a serious conversation about the society we oh-so-currently live in" — Jill Kyle-Keith, DC Theatre Scene