"This hilarious production of Marisa Wegrzyn's black comedy starts strong and just keeps getting funnier...The Butcher of Baraboo is a hilarious show full of great performances. It's a chance to see wonderful actors doing good work together." - Elizabeth Cobbe, Austin Chronicle
Andrew Friedenthal, critic for The Austin American-Statesman, calls the show "a bloody good time...one of the funniest shows currently gracing the Austin stage...features one of the strongest ensembles, creating a pitch-black comedy that plumbs some pretty extreme depths..."
In Baraboo, Wisconsin, the ground is white with snow and the air is black with comedy. Valerie is the town butcher with an axe to grind. Her daughter Midge is a pharmacist whose clientele extends beyond the drug store. Over one cold February week, the town cop - who just happens to be Valeries sister-in-law - will try to sniff out this familys secrets and lies.