The Chicago Premiere of 2010 Tony-Award Winner Joe DiPietro's F**king Men
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The last date listed for F**king Men was Sunday July 18, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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Let Porchlight Music Theatre's Ain't Misbehavin' transport you back in time to the golden age of jazz, when hot spots like the Cotton Club played host to the music of 1930s Harlem, and where swing music, jazz and stride piano infused the entire country with renewed energy. This Tony Award-winning show is a song-filled celebration of the timeless music of Thomas "Fats" Waller, who penned more than 400 songs during his career -- many of which have entered the classic repertoire of jazz standards still popular today. An energetic ensemble of talented performers brings down the house with a musical parade of Fats Waller's most popular hits -- rowdy, raunchy, humorous songs that encapsulate the moods of an era and reflect Waller's view of life as a journey meant for pleasure and play. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Quotes & Highlights
- "...[F**ing Men] is serviced brilliantly by this snappy, assured Chicago production." --<em>Chicago Tribune</em>
- "Emotionally Searing...Superb Performances...there is truth and understanding in F--ing Men." --<em>Chicago Sun-Times</em>
- "...a tight, smart sex comedy." --<em>ChicagoCritic</em>
- "Highly Recommended. It's a meaningful look at the desire for connection and the work it takes to maintain it." --<em>NewCity Chicago</em>
F**king Men observes the sex lives of the modern urban gay American male. Conceived as a noir-riff on Arthur Schnitzler's 19th-century play, La Ronde, the play examines ten men from all walks of life as they negotiate the before and after of lust, love, betrayal and the pursuit of sex and emotional connection. Funny, poignant, sometimes dramatic, always provocative and sexy, the show has been a runaway success in Los Angeles and London. Bailiwick Chicago’s production has received incredibly positive reviews from all the Chicago press.