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The Performance Collective's theatrical adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's Eating Animals 

When The Performance Collective presents its new play, Eating Animals, at UNC-Chapel Hill this week, it promises to be more than just a spectacle—though with a simulated fecal lagoon, sexy meat-lust dancing, kindergarten-style story times with rather macabre subjects, and cannibalism, or…

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Four of our friends accompanied us to this production. We have seen other Wendy Ward productions and loved them all …

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Thanks for the correction, Dustin. The playbill listed the wrong actor in the role.

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