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Published on Jan 4, 2011
A live, naturalistic enactment of scripts from classic "Popeye" cartoons. Two men (Popeye and Bluto) beat each other half to death over the affections of a woman (Olive Oyl.) However, in cartoons when a man gets punched in the face, his neck transforms into a spring; in Sailor Man, his nose breaks and he coughs up blood and teeth and bile. What happens when these same cartoon plots are performed in a more "realistic" context?
Winner of the Outstanding Play award at the 2008 NYC Fringe Festival.
"Four Stars. Violence soars to a level that would make Tarantino cringe," Time Out New York
Starring: Ryan Iverson = Sailor Man Scott Peterman = Brute Lauren Blumenfeld = Gal Directed by Peter James Cook Fight Direction by Jacob Grigolia-Rosenbaum Produced by Steven Tartick