S4TYR PL4Y

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S4TYR PL4Y is the title of a play by Brett Hanover and Stuart Johnson (Rukus), themed around both bestiality and furriness. It was the first theatrical production to feature furry fans as characters.

Hanover and Johnson transcribed conversations from furry chatrooms to provide the dialogue for the chorus of furry characters that act as a backdrop for a series of conversations between a zoophile and a young man researching bestiality. The comments from the furry characters capture the rather random style of conversation in chatrooms in general.

The play is based on the Greek tradition of satyr plays, comic, rabelaisian pieces that tended to accompany the more high-minded tragedies.

Theatreworks, a venue in Memphis TN, ran the show in February of 2006.

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