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Eating Bob was written by anarchist prisoner Sean Swain. Please visit to find out what kind of trouble-making Sean is currently up to.

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A new radioplay from Insurgent Theatre!

A rambling pre-apocalyptic roadtrip story about drug addled sex maniac cannibals hell bent on getting hold of an eleven million dollar inheritance and using it to end civilization, Eating Bob is the gonzo brainchild of infamous anarchist prisoner and Ohio Governor-in-Exile Sean Swain.

Swain dives in to pure fiction with this extravaganza of senseless sex and gratuitous violence (as opposed to the strict non-fiction stories of his ascension to Governor in Exile of Ohio and his other purely factual escapades in the Ohio prison system, which are well documented at

Explicit language and adult themes abound.

Eating Bob is the newest project of Insurgent Theatre, an anarchist theatre troupe who, after over ten years of bare bones live performance and extensive touring, has recently surrendered to the prohibitive cost of making anti-capitalist art in the material world and has (at least temporarily) resigned itself to the virtual space.

Hello, internet.

Eating Bob will be performed by Ben Turk and Firehawk Oh Yea, who would like to apologize in advance for all the insensitive and disgusting things Sean has written our characters to say. We're sorry, but we hope you'll derive some sick pleasure from the experience.

Prepare yourself. Eating Bob is coming.

Insurgent Theatre strives to connect performing arts with radical struggles, to make theatre that is relevant, engaging, challenging and useful for those who confront the US police state and global capitalist empire. We've been making original theatre since 2003 and frequently touring the country from 2008-2014. We are now entering an exciting new phase.

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