The Devil Eats Oreos?

Susan is worried about letting evil into the apartment. Lydia is worried that her sister, Susan, is losing her grip on reality.
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The Devil Eats Oreos?

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  • Cheryl Bear:
    22 May. 2020
    A hilarious comedy about a sister who is trying to award off evil and a sister who is worried about her. A great piece for any fright fest.
  • Claudia Haas:
    21 Apr. 2020
    A play that makes you question good and evil has to resonate. A play that accomplishes this in less than ten pages has you gripped. Bohannn’s sisters leave you with more questions than answers. The Devil Eats Oreos leaves you with foreboding. The end gives you shudders.
  • Krystal Farris:
    24 Oct. 2019
    This play is a wonderful rollercoaster ride. It's smart and spunky, surprising and delightful. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Character Information

  • Susan
    Early 30's
  • Lydia
    Early to mid 30's
  • Angela
    Mid- 20's

Production History

  • Fringe
    Ain't I A Woman Playfest
  • Professional
    Public House Theatre