It's Just Sex: An Adult Comedy About Love, Lust & Trust
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Boasting a full suite of snappy songs and a healthy dose of adult humor, this smart new musical comedy uncovers a Snow White who's royally ticked-off over her pop-culture portrayal, so she persuades her fellow fairy-tale princesses to take off their tiaras, storm the castle and protest the powers-that-be. Pocohontas in particular has a serious axe to grind, and Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Belle, Sleeping Beauty and others can't wait to kvetch about the exploitation they've suffered through the evils of animation. Dennis Giacino's sharp-witted satire premiered to acclaim and sold-out runs, fittingly, at the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, and is soon headed Off-Broadway. Learn More
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Featured review from Daicemanblue
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This show is not for the faint of heart nor is it for children. That being said, it was fantastic. The script is well written and the actors did a phenomenal job. The storyline is funny, real and thought provoking. If you've been married for a while, you'll get it. If your not married or haven't been then it may reinforce your mindset to stay single. The On Stage Playhouse is a small theatre with no bad seats. This theatre is a gem for those who want to see a live event for little more than the price of a movie. Kudos to the entire production staff for putting on such a nice 90 minute (no intermission) show.
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Loved this play. The story line was amusing with some LOL moments and quite a few "Oh My" moments! All the actors were good but I thought the 2 older women had exceptional skills and portrayed their characters really well. I would definitely...continued
Due to adult subject matter, this show is recommended for ages 18 and older.
Directed by Jay Mower
Produced by Paul and Kathy Schaeffer