Venue Details

Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts
between Berkeley & Clarendon Streets 527 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116
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Rated by 35 members
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Review from avid theatre-goer
230 events 203 reviews

The show was funny at times but not funny at other times. I cringed more often than I laughed which was no reflection on a superb cast.

reviewed Mar 15 2016 report as inappropriate
Review from Divo770
58 events 39 reviews

It was opening night so i had to forgive them for many little things but it was well done and very clever and creative. Loved the two women in the show. Very funny. There is a few nude scene so not a show for kids at all. Nudity and subject matter...continued

reviewed Mar 12 2016 report as inappropriate
Review from roydoo
35 events 12 reviews

Very fun and funny show. Good cast direction and stagecraft. And I'm glad I learned what "bootycandy" means.

reviewed Mar 16 2016 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

• " … [O’Hara’s] got a sizable talent, not to mention another important asset for a playwright who wants to make his mark by shaking up the world, one audience at a time: fearlessness." —The New York Times

• " … Robert O’Hara’s funny, smutty and, on the whole, enticingly subversive Booty Candy.” —The Washington Post

• “O’Hara’s play is all the more powerful for being so fearlessly unpredictable.” —Los Angeles Times


This show contains adult language and content and nudity. It’s recommended for ages 17 or older.

Read an interview with Robert O’Hara here.

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