Love is milk
Three couples struggle to meet their basic needs for food, love and survival. As they try to make sense of a changing world, their inner desires and appetites become driving forces that could lead to either catastrophe or redemption.
Funny, dark and provocative, Milk explores the universal need to feed and to be fed; physically, emotionally, spiritually. It is an emotive and heartfelt play about what sustains us, what makes us sick and what we just can’t get enough of.
Read more about the Thrown Stone U.S. Premiere in the Ridgefield Press.
Please note: MILK contains adult themes and language.
Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe
Milk was first presented at The Traverse Theatre on 7 August 2016. A staged reading of Milk was performed by Thrown Stone on 24 September 2016 as part of the 2016 Chekhov International Theatre Festival.
“…a finely polished production with top talents and superior performances…provocative theater at its best”
“Look for nourishment for the mind and the emotions as Milk feeds the stomach and the soul”
“With powerful performances and profound stories that all intertwine smoothly, Milk makes for a riveting experience that grips your heart and doesn’t let go”