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Eating My Garbage, Wed @ PhilaMOCA

davidmogolovDavid Mogolov’s one-man-show Eating My Garbage premiered at the 2014 FRIGID New York festival and comes this Wednesday to the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art.

A cultural satire about modern America, Eating My Garbage brings one-man’s existential quest to validate contemporary living. Garbage is directed by PHIT instructor Steve Kleinedler, who has worked extensively with Mogolov in the past:

“This is the fifth solo show I’ve worked on with David. I also directed him and another playwright in a 2-person show that was mostly interweaving monologues. I was the director and he was the head writer for the Ruckus, a house sketch team at ImprovBoston. We worked on 12 shows together. They all stand out in their own way; however, one that really stands out is when the Ruckus wrote the 8th Annual ImprovBoston Christmas Extravaganza — it was a very cohesive, slick, fun show that played to packed audiences when it wasn’t being cancelled by blizzards.”

We asked the Boston-based Mogolov–a 35 year old web design consultant and copywriter–if his show and its worldview are essentially pessimistic…

“The whole show really does revolve around a question of worldview, and my own struggle to maintain positivity in the face of a default pessimism. I very much like to paint things at their most dire and hopeless, but I don’t think any audience has left yet thinking it’s anything other than a very hopeful show. Against my better judgement, I am, ultimately, probably an optimist.”

Eating My Garbage runs Wednesday night at 8:00pm. Doors are 7:30. $5.00. PhilaMOCA is located at 531 N. 12th Street, a block north of Spring Garden. For more information, visit mogolov.com.

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