Fetish: An Adults-Only Evening of Daring One-Act Plays by Dolores Fletcher
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The last date listed for Fetish was Saturday July 23, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Elizabeth F.
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I was very disappointed with the show. It didn't start out well as the writer of the show was sitting behind us and socializing while the dancers had already started. I found that very distracting. Even during the show - writer's friend was talking and I glared at her.
The first act had 3 parts to it. I found the acts to range from lame to pandering. The one I hated the most was the last act of scene 1 - husband swapping which had 2 couples. These couples seem to be represented from 30's to 50's (not teenagers). Yet the scene had the two men acting like a couple of frat boys who had somehow bamboozled their wives into swapping. I found it unrealistic and totally condescending to treat swapping in this fashion. The guys leaving to get ice for the drinks with their refrain of "Ice, Ice, Baby" made me groan and cringe. The other 2 acts were not as bad of a turn-off but they certainly weren't anywhere close to a turn-on.
I was so disheartened with what I had seen that I did not stay for the part after intermission. I thought this show had something to do with fetishes (given the title) but after watching the first part it became clear to me that the people producing this show don't seem to even know what the word means.
If you are really interested in fetishes, you need to be looking elsewhere not this show
Fetish, a provocative evening of new plays about consensual non-typical sex is a mix of new, original playwriting as well as dance resulting in a exciting night of theatrical self-expression. When the various characters introduce themselves to this lifestyle the psychological effects can go either way!! Come see this sexy new show in one of L.A.’s best theatres.
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