The Sacred Cow Slaughterhouse

Author: Meron Langsner

The Sacred Cow Slaughterhouse

Description: A collection of parodies of major plays and pop-culture moments.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2013
Date Added: 11/14/2013
Content Advisory:
1 Act, 45 Minutes
7 Females, 8 Males, 6 Gender Neutral

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Keywords: Adaptations · Art and Artists · Comedy · Death and the Afterlife · Dysfunctional Families · Folklore and Legends · Large Cast Size · Many Locations · Meta · Pop Culture · Satire/Parody · Shakespeare · Show Biz · Technology and the Internet · Ten Minute Plays · The Theatre · Vampires

Original Production Information

Whining for Godot was first produced by Polaris North and for the NYC Samuel French Short Play Festival in 1998, the director was William Kevin Young.

Waiters for Godot was first produced in 2004 by Lamia Ink.

Call Waiitng for Godot was produced in 2007 at the Gi60 Festival at Brooklyn College.

The three plays were collected as the Godot Variations in 2010 for The Orfeo Group in Boston with the following cast and crew:

Liza Burns
Paul Cereghino
Jon Bass
Andrew Gruen
Mark Villanueva

Director: David Gram

The Hotel Huis Clos was produced in 2012 by Brooklyn College for the Gi60 Festival.

The Name of the Horse was produced in 1999 by Lamia Ink.

The Case Against Vampirism was first produced in 2001 by PACT in NYC.

The 10 minute version of A Rain of Seagulls was produced in 2010 by the New England Russian Theatre Festival at the Boston Playwrights Theatre, the director was Lisa Hammil.