The Motherf**ker with the Hat: Acclaimed 2011 Broadway Comedy-Drama
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A slow burn of carnal scheming, Les Liaisons Dangereuses provides a voyeuristic peek into the elite world of two rivals and ex-lovers who use sex as a weapon to humiliate and degrade others. Set in pre-revolution France, the daring drama follows Marquise de Merteuil and her former flame, the Vicomte de Valmont, as they wantonly seduce, corrupt and trample the hearts of those around them in a dangerous game of sexual conquest. This amoral tale of intrigue, lust and deception was adapted to an Oscar-winning film in 1988, Dangerous Liaisons, and now comes to the stage in an Actor's Express production featuring bold avant-garde costumes by the designer behind the company's recent production of The Rocky Horror Show. Learn More
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Featured review from Mary
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If you are sensitive to profanity, this may not be the play for you. On the other hand, this is a great story performed by some of Atlanta's top actors. It was 90 minutes of hopes and dreams, needs and desires, betrayals and surprises -- an emotional roller coaster ride. The characters were easy to like and I felt myself ultimately wanting the best for each of them. Great job, Freddie!
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I was forced to leave after about an hour because the actors smoke on stage, Even though they were herbal cigarettes, they still produce smoke which reaches the audience in such a small theater. Many people are allergic or sensitive to smoke. I...continued
Playwright: Stephen Adly Guirgis
Director: Freddie Ashley
The Motherf**ker with the Hat is a high-octane rollercoaster centered on Veronica and Jackie, who have been in love since 8th grade. Jackie, out on parole, is newly sober. Veronica is anything but. When Jackie finds a mysteriously placed man’s hat in Veronica’s apartment, he suspects that she is having an affair – and the emotional cage match begins.
Introduce Jackie’s A.A. Sponsor and his wife, along with Jackie’s hilariously fastidious cousin Julio, and you have what the New York Times called “a bruising, tragicomic apache dance of love, betrayal and indecision…by far the most accomplished and affecting work” from playwright Guirgis, whose other plays include _Jesus Hopped the A Train _ and _The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. _