Performance troupe Squonk's Bigsmorgasbordwunderwerk (P.S. 122) opens on all-you-can-eat night at the neighborhood buffet. Warily, a couple of would-be diners approach a banquet table that's wreathed in smoke. Atop the table lie four silver salvers, each differently ornamented: a hand clasping a fork, a tuba on the half shell, a fire-breathing dog, and some amalgam of an elephant and an airplane. When the diners lift the lids, each dish discloses substances distinctly unfoodlike. Then a fifth is brought out, topped by a unicorn with an eggbeater horn. The cover is removed to reveal . . . a ham? A roast? No, it's a human head— and it's singing. Whatever... More >>>