PHOTOS: The Garcia Family Finds A New Calling In “All About Meat”

What do you get when you cross a sausage factory with an escort service? One very satisfied customer!

In the new gay play All About Meat, the rich but gauche Garcias family owns the largest chorizo factory in America but decide to diversify with a side business of a rather adult nature. Channeling an Almodovaran vibe, queer Latin playwright Michelangelo Alasa’s All About Meat plays at New York’s Duo Multicultural Arts Center from October 4 to December 15.

Check out some steam publicity stills from All About Meat above

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  • Dumdum

    I am so glad that I am no longer a vegetarian. You know what they say. One mans meat is another mans perversion.

  • MikeE

    Is there gay content in this play?
    From the photos, other than there being handsome men in it, I don’t see anything that would indicate gay content.

    So I take it that Queerty considers that as soon as there’s naked male flesh, it is of interest to the gay community? And then gay men wonder why the religious right think all gay men are sex addicts.

  • Antonio

    @MikeE: Hi MikeE, I’m one of the actors in the show. My character is gay and there are a lot of gay themes and content in the play. The main message being to love one another no matter what – hope you can check out the show. It’s really funny.

    We are very grateful Queerty is promoting Indie theater in this city, specially when most shows like ours don’t have the budget to reach a lot of people, so this is pretty wonderful for us.

    Have a happy Sunday.

  • DerekR

    @MikeE: Could you be more of an idiot?

  • viveutvivas

    The guy with the white board shorts is hot!

  • MikeE

    @DerekR: I don’t know, could you?

    If the play has gay characters and deals with gay matter, then maybe the article should actually SAY something about that?

    learn to think before calling other people stupid.

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