offoffoff theater



Site links
  • Contact us

    Get our newsletter:
    Search the site:

    Theater section
  • Theater main page
  • Theater archive
  • Theater links

    Current theater

  • Fall Briefs
  • Nick


    Complete archive, 1999-present

    2008-2009 reviews:
  • Anaïs Nin Goes To Hell
  • beast: a parable
  • Blanche Survives Katrina in a FEMA Trailer Named Desire
  • Blasted
  • Buffalo Gal
  • China: The Whole Enchilada
  • The Corn Maiden
  • Crawl, Fade to White
  • Doruntine
  • Extraordinary Rendition
  • The First Breeze of Summer
  • Fringe Festival 2008
  • Fringe Festival favorites
  • The Glass Cage
  • Hair
  • Hidden Fees* (A Play About Money)
  • Jailbait
  • King of Shadows
  • The Longest Running Joke of the Twentieth Century
  • Lucasville: The Untold Story of a Prison Uprising
  • Macbeth
  • The Master Builder
  • Missa Solemnis, or The Play About Henry
  • Mourn the Living Hector
  • A Nasty Story
  • Nowadays
  • the october crisis (to laura)
  • Oresteia
  • Other Bodies
  • Prayer
  • Psalms of a Questionable Nature
  • Raised by Lesbians
  • Reasonable Doubt
  • Sleepwalk With Me
  • Small Craft Warnings
  • Something Weird . . . in the Red Room
  • Soul Samurai
  • The Sound of One Hanna Clapping
  • Southern Promises
  • The Third from the Left
  • Twelfth Night
  • Voices from Guantánamo
  • The Wendigo
  • Zombie


    To list your event here, please send information by e-mail (preferred) to or by mail to, P.O. Box 3340, Hoboken, N.J. 07030.

    Back to listings page

    Feed the Hole

    Read the Offoffoff review

    Feed the Hole centers around Shelly who is having a torrid affair. And everyone knows it, or at least suspects it. Everyone, that is, except for her lover Brett. The affair sparks heated and frank conversations in bars, apartments and in bed. It also astutely illustrates how the sexes deal differently with infidelity. Shelly is able to confide her secrets with her girlfriends and her gay best friend; Brett1s buddies simply avoid the topic. Ultimately, Feed the Hole is a fresh and funny look at the all-too-common problem of how we fill the void in our lives when we feel unsatisfied. Writer Michael Stock won of the 2001 New York International Fringe Festival Overall Excellence Award for Playwrighting for "Hustle."

    Dates:  April 10, 2003 - April 27, 2003
    Schedule:  Wed.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m., plus Sat. April 19 and 26 at 11 p.m.
    Venue:  Altered Stages, 212 West 29th Street
    Price:  $15
    Company:  Sideway Theater Company
    Tickets/info:  (212) 868-4444

    Note: Information is displayed as supplied by the producers or publicists and is not written by

    Back to listings page