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Johan Nairne Beckles
Theatre casual
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Johan Nairne Beckles
Lot's of street parking and a next door lot
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Johan Nairne Beckles
La Fonda Mexican restuarant right next door. Great margaritas!!
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Susan B.
We were able to get 10% discount at the La Fonda Restaurant on our food. Their drinks were good.
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292 events
190 reviews
11 stars
attended Dec 06 2009

Actors were fine actors who tried hard but neither could sing. Play is at least one-half hour too long. Not enough real insight and so it just churns along stating the obvious.

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30 reviews
2 stars
attended Apr 18 2010

Absolutely fantastic Play! Every man and woman should see it, and then tell their friends!
I told everybody, a must see play.

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11 events
10 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 25 2010

Brilliant, intelligent and FUN. Superlative actresses bringing genuine entertainment. We LOVED IT! Saw it on closing night...NOW BRING IT BACK!!

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Description

Written by Mariann Aalda & Iona Morris

Directed by Penny Johnson Jerald

Musical Director/Arranger-Composer: Munyungo Jackson

A recovering empty-nester after “her-kids-went-off-to-college-and-her-husband-flew-the-coop,” Ginger Peechee-Keane, (Mariann Aalda) and her younger, but more worldly, “never-been-married-but-kissed-by quite-a-lot-of-men,” sister, Sonia Peechee, (Iona Morris) have had very different life experiences. Now at mid-life, they have enthusiastically joined forces to become the “Tony Robbins(es)” of mature sexuality by creating the Multiple Orgasm Initiative for Sexual Transformation (M.O.I.S.T.).

Billed by its writer-performers, Iona Morris and Mariann Aalda as a sex-istential comedy, “MOIST!” is a lyrical, comical, musical, frequently literal, sometimes philosophical — and at one point, even hysterical — telling of a woman’s sexual cravings, wants and needs from the first-blush of teen-age awakening to the experiences that lead to becoming a confident, sexual sage.