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Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts
between Berkeley & Clarendon Streets 527 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116
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I went to a Thai rest. that was within walking distance from the theater. The food was fabulous.
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I wore nice Jeans and a top w/scarf.
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“A naughty Dolly Parton!” —The New York Times
“The world’s a little closer to utopia!” —_The Village Voice  _


Annie Sprinkle has toured theater pieces about her life in love and sex for 20 years. From 1973 until 1993, she was a prostitute, and became the first out porn actress to earn a Ph.D. Her work is often studied in academia. She does many university and college visiting artist gigs. Currently Sprinkle is ecosexual. Elizabeth Stephens is an interdisciplinary artist, activist and educator who has explored themes of sexuality, gender, queerness, and feminism through art and performance for over 20 years. Currently her focus is Sex Ecology. Stephens is a Full Professor and for the past three years has been the Chair of the Art Department at the University of California in Santa Cruz.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Theater Offensive

The Theater Offensive has driven its ambitious programming to the cutting edge of queer culture and politics for more than 16 years. Grounded in a commitment to build an activist-based artistic forum, the theater's groundbreaking programming has become a vital arena for the unique voices of diverse queer cultures, and has led to lasting coalitions between the varied communities under the queer umbrella.

The Theater Offensive accomplishes this work through meaningful ongoing relationships with a range of arts and organizing initiatives locally and throughout the country, and by using any and all cultural tools to make a difference in the minds, hearts, and libidos of the queer and straight communities.

It is a commitment to debunking assumptions both from inside and outside the queer communities that directs all Theater Offensive work. The work provokes vibrant discussion about the realities of being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgendered. Through social gatherings, soirees, workshops, and post-show discussions, the organization transcends traditional theater boundaries and opens new avenues of understanding, awareness and inclusion within queer communities as well as outside them. At the basis of all of the work is a commitment to presenting honest and accurate artistic images of queer lives from diverse backgrounds and experiences.