The Syndicate

an ensemble theater company

Andrea Tzvetkov and Ellenor Riley-Condit in Hot Belly at The Tank, NYC. Photo Credit Hanna Meltz

Andrea Tzvetkov and Ellenor Riley-Condit in Hot Belly at The Tank, NYC. Photo Credit Hanna Meltz

Hot Belly is a Queer love story for a late capitalist world. The play follows Veronica and Valerie as they fall in love and travel the United States selling other people's junk. As they try to make a life together, their partnership is challenged by the usual outside forces: money, appetite, spiritual longing, illness, weather patterns, ghosts, and body hair. When you’re living in precarious times, what does “happily ever after” look like, anyway?

Hot Belly was first presented by The Tank, a home for emerging artists. (thetanknyc.org)

HOT BELLY

By Diana Lynn Small

Directed by Megan Hanley

Stage Management by Danielle Thomsen

Featuring Ellenor Riley-Condit and Andrea Tzvetkov

Sound Design by Harrison Adams

Scenic & Prop Design by Emmie Finckel

Lighting Design by Berkman Frank

Costume Design by Melissa Ng