Urinetown writer returns to St James with Pig Farm

98790Pig Farm, by Tony Award winning writer Greg Kotis (Urinetown), will receive its UK premiere at the St James Theatre later this year.

Billed as a “dark farce”, the 2006 play centres on Tom and Tina who, with just the help of hired hand Tim, are struggling for survival on their remote pig farm.

According to press material: “Pig Farm is a hilarious tale of regular folk, human sludgery and the American dream dragged through the mud.”

Running from 21 October to 21 November, Pig Farm is directed by Katherine Farmer and produced by Dead Posh Productions and Julian Stoneman Associates.

Greg Kotis said: “Every American playwright dreams of having his or her work brought to life on a London stage, and I feel very lucky indeed that this dream is coming true once again.”

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