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Players Theatre
Between West 3rd and Minetta Lane 115 MacDougal Street New York City, NY 10012
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4.0 / 5 Rated by 25 members
Review from Brian F.
109 events 64 reviews

I could relate to the topic matter as I am an avid fan of porn back in the VCR days. i wish he used more clips and stills from those movies as the aduience could have more of a visual picture than a mental. This theatre is like being in a living...continued

reviewed Feb 24 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from stankoniaks
71 events 39 reviews

The show wasn't bad or anything, I just felt the humor didn't really resonate with me. I like and can appreciate toilet humor, but I didn't find there to be any wit behind the jokes, and thus I didn't really find it all the funny. To it's...continued

reviewed Feb 25 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Chin Mimi
25 events 21 reviews

I really enjoyed the show, Andrew seems to be funnier (to me) when he's not joking about porn, women or sex. There were lots of laughs. I'm glad I went. I happened to sit in the middle. Sitting in the middle - it is an aisle - so unfortunately, I...continued

reviewed Feb 12 2011 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Goffman has to be given credit for going where few have gone before, and applying humor to a life situation that we can all identify with, even if we ordinarily keep it secret.”
“Goffman does a thorough job of breaking it down for us in a strangely wholesome, earnest, innocent way.”
“Engaging” —


By Andrew Goffman

Directed by Charles Messina

Extended for a second time, The Accidental Pervert is a critically acclaimed story about an innocent boy who accidentally discovers his father’s secret collection of XXX-rated video tapes. Goodbye innocence. Hello hilarious off-Broadway show.

On his odyssey to manhood, Andrew Goffman takes his audience on a very funny and self-deprecating journey into a world of video vixens, X-rated fantasies, and really dirty movies with no redeeming value whatsoever. He found the tapes at age 11. The addiction controlled him until he was 26 — the year he met his wife.__ __

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