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Stupid F##king Bird at the Salt Lake Acting Company

by dav.d

I’m trying to keep this blog at a PG-13 label so I won’t write out the whole title to this play. It’s a great play! Stupid F#çking Bird features characters that are self aware and know they are just actors on a stage. The even interact with the audience and ask questions. The play revolves around characters who all have a different love interest. Unfortunately, that love interest creates a circle where no love is really returned. It’s bigger than a love triangle.

Preaching to the audience

Preaching to the audience

It has some great writing and I enjoy the actors who bring this play to the stage. I should have blogged about this play back when it was in the theater, I’ll do better next play.

Dance time

Dance time

The Salt Lake Acting Company has really lived up to their motto of finding plays that make people think. This play questions whether anyone will change after seeing this play. Do you ever change your view or your mind? Do you change the world with a play? Or are you merely entertained for an hour and a half and then go about your life?

People woo their true love

People woo their true love

Presenting a stupid f##king bird as a gift

Presenting a stupid f##king bird as a gift

Time for a song

Time for a song

Begging for love

Begging for love

Finding love

Finding love

Breakfast the morning after

Breakfast the morning after

Drinking a beer in a wheelbarrow

Drinking a beer in a wheelbarrow

Mom and son after a failed suicide attempt

Mom and son after a failed suicide attempt

Complaining about life

Complaining about life

Describing their life to the audience

Describing their life to the audience

Happy birthday

Happy birthday

Drinking with exposition

Drinking with exposition

Drinking with exposition

Drinking with exposition

Swinging while giving exposition

Swinging while giving exposition

The characters describe their fate

The characters describe their fate

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