Canard, Canard, Goose?

Canard, Canard, Goose?
by Steven Cosson, Michael Friedman, The Civilians

Productions (1)
  • Comedy/Drama
  • 75 - 90 minutes
  • 4 f, 3 m (7-15 actors possible: 3-8 f, 2-7 m)
  • Content Notes: Adult Language
  • Set: Simple.

Canard, Canard, Goose?
by Steven Cosson, Michael Friedman, The Civilians

(0)
Productions (1)
  • Comedy/Drama
  • 75 - 90 minutes
  • 4 f, 3 m (7-15 actors possible: 3-8 f, 2-7 m)
  • Content Notes: Adult Language
  • Set: Simple.

The Civilians leave New York City to pursue a story about a Hollywood movie and a lost flock of carelessly imprinted geese. Though they start off in search of a story about an evil corporation and the birds that were allegedly left behind, what results is a wild goose chase around Long Lake in search for answers. An eclectic show about disorientation, misplaced empathy, and coming home.

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Pricing Information

Min. Performance Fee* $80
NOTE: This play is part of an anthology called The Civilians: An Anthology of Six Plays.
Standard Edition $18.95
Standard Manager Edition $0.00

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Play Details

The Civilians leave New York City to pursue a story about a Hollywood movie and a lost flock of carelessly imprinted geese. Though they start off in search of a story about an evil corporation and the birds that were allegedly left behind, what results is a wild goose chase around Long Lake in search for answers. An eclectic show about disorientation, misplaced empathy, and coming home.

  • Comedy/Drama
  • 75 - 90 minutes
  • 4 f, 3 m (7-15 actors possible: 3-8 f, 2-7 m)
  • Content Notes: Adult Language
  • Set: Simple.

Published Reviews

"Sublimely silly and shameless, this septet of downtown talent self-mockingly tackles the issue of animal neglect in film."

Time Out New York

"...It's not every company that can write bilingual comic songs... or screw up in such a delightfully quackerjack fashion."

Alexis Soloski, The Village Voice

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JAN 25, 2002 - FEB 14, 2002
HERE Art Center
New York, NY United States
HERE Art Center New York, NY United States
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JAN 25, 2002 - FEB 14, 2002
HERE Art Center
New York, NY United States
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