I Will Eat You Alive
Written and directed by Katie Hileman
Featuring Vicky Graham, Betse Lyons, and Meghan Taylor
You are cordially invited to a dinner party hosted by three fat women to "celebrate" one’s decision to lose weight. Join us for a "delicious" five course "meal" confronting diet culture, fatphobia, and what it’s really like to be a fat woman in the age of Ozempic. It was inspired by and written after a series of interviews conducted between fat playwright, Katie Hileman, and a community of self-identified fat people.
I Will Eat You Alive is made possible by The Voxel Artist Residency Program as well as grants from the Maryland State Arts Council and the Creative Baltimore Fund.
January 25 - February 10, 2024 Live performances at The Voxel
March 1 - March 31, 2024 Streaming on-demand with Overture Plus
ONE NIGHT ONLY May 8, 2024 Virtual Screening with Embody Lib (Tickets coming soon!)
Follow the play at www.instagram.com/iweyaproject
Promotional photos by Studio5 Baltimore. Production photos below by Kiirstn Pagan.

Free I Will Eat You Alive Events!
Plus Size Clothing Swap
Saturday, February 3, 11:00am – 4:00pm
We’re so excited to partner with The Skylight Boutique, a gender-affirming, pay-what-you-can, bi-monthly pop-up thrift store, to host a fat clothing swap, prioritizing sizes XL and larger.
Round Table Conversation
Sunday, February 4, 4:30 – 5:30pm (Following the 3:00pm performance that day)
A conversation with the I Will Eat You Alive cast (Vicky Graham, Betse Lyons, and Meghan Taylor) and playwright Katie Hileman moderated by Kayla Stansberry LCPC, IEC (@FatPositiveTherapist).
Two Strikes Theatre Collective Storytelling Hour: “a bridge between starshine and clay” stories on body image
Saturday, February 10, 2:00 – 4:00pm
Our friends Aladrian Wetzel and Christen Cromwell of Two Strikes Theatre Collective are curating a coffee house style storytelling hour featuring Black and Brown storytellers reading and performing poems, essays, and more about body image. Storytellers to be announced in February 2024. The title, “a bridge between starshine and clay,” is a line from Lucille Clifton’s poem “won’t you celebrate with me”.
All free events take place in the lobby of The Voxel, 9 W 25th St, Baltimore, MD 21218
LISTEN Playwright/director Katie Hileman talks about how she's reclaiming the word "fat" with WYPR's On The Record.
LISTEN Playwright/director Katie Hileman tells a story about "coming out" as fat on The Stoop Storytelling Series Podcast.
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