What is a body worth? Can a lover’s body be given, taken, hungered for, devoured? Can it be conquered, sown, traded, shared? Can it be remembered as easily as it can be dismembered?
The Meal tells three stories about people consuming—and being consumed. This poetic piece by Newton Moreno, one of Brazil’s leading contemporary playwrights, and translated by Elizabeth Jackson, will be performed for the first time in the United States here at the Cabaret.
We will meet at the Cabaret, and ushers will point you to the OISS section. Tickets cost $10 (plus an eventbrite fee), a special OISS discount rate. Food and drinks will be available for purchase during the show. Stay late for a post-show talk back!
There are no physical tickets. Give your name at the door of the Yale Cabaret.
When & Where
Office of International Students & Scholars at Yale University