All Sides Take Hits at the Political Campaign Summer Play Festival
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Political Campaign Summer Play Festival have expired.
The last date listed for Political Campaign Summer Play Festival was Wednesday August 8, 2012 / 7:00pm.
Currently at 13th Street Repertory Company:
- Full Price:
- $49.00 - $99.00
- Our Price:
- $15.00 - $40.00
An innocent young boy accidentally discovers his father's secret collection of X-rated video tapes in comedian Andrew Goffman's The Accidental Pervert. The boy watches the tapes, of course, leading him to grow up addicted to porn. In this show, Goffman takes you along on a hilarious and self-deprecating journey through a world of video vixens, X-rated fantasies and dirty movies that he discovered at age 11 and that controlled him until age 26, the year he met his wife. Learn More
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My wife and I had the misfortune to be subjected to half of this "play festival" (we fled at intermission), It was a shockingly poor theater experience, involving an infantile, unintelligent, unfunny, completely non-insightful, totally unsubtle, extremely poorly written set of plays that would have done discredit to a high school that might have shown them, much less a Manhattan theater. One play, "Right to Vote," was particularly offensive, displaying two white conservatives making repeated callous and blatantly racist comments to a young black women and denying her the right to vote. The two persons were turned into idiotic caricatures, and the overall situation was portrayed in a completely unrealistic manner that served only to satisfy the playwright's extreme biases. Shame on the 13th Street Repertory Company for showing this play.
Robert & Margarett written and directed by Samuel Warton
Right to Vote by Milo Shucavage, directed by Alexandra Mujica
Perceptions by Alexandra Shields, directed by Colby Bleicher
Adult Superman by Alexandra Shields, directed by Jason Ballew
Political Cruise by Rasheda Crockett, directed by Christine Nau
Child’s Play by Anna Millard, directed by Alexandra Keegan