Eating My Garbage
In an hourlong comedy that grapples with politics, consumer culture, self-inflicted dental woes, and a thousand varieties of personal failure, monologist David Mogolov is back to answer the questions we didn't realize were pressing.
In Eating My Garbage, David finds himself dumbfounded by a question from a political pollster and takes an unexpected plunge into his past and the nation's present, searching for a reason any one person's opinion ought to matter. The further he goes, the less plausible it seems that democracy has worked as well as it has. Critics loved the show's NYC debut:
'Eating My Garbage has all the elements that make off-Broadway theater worth going to: great material, great direction and great performance. David Mogolov has created a character that has his finger on the political pulse of America, and his analysis, as often happens with great comedians, is precise and accurate and hilarious.' - Stagebuddy.com
'...looks at the fragmented state of the Union with wit and intelligence and a wry sensibility that blends the naive optimism and weathered cynicism that is so characteristic of American in the 21st century.' - NY Theater Now
Davis Square Theatre
255 Elm Street