PolySHAMory

 

Really Spicy Opera (Minneapolis, MN) presents:

PolySHAMory

Thurs May 3 7:30pm, Fri May 4 10:45pm,  Sat May 5 9pm,

Mon May 7 6pm


In 2014, Kate Robards’ debut solo play Mandarin Orange was named a Capital Fringe Festival highlight by the Washington Post, the first of several star-studded productions. Over the next two years, her solo play Ain’t That Rich racked up honors from Montreal to DC to the shores of Hawaii, including “Best Bet” at FRIGID NYC, “Best of Fringe” at the Capital Fringe, sold-out performances at the Marsh Theatre in San Francisco, and a Hoku Award at the Maui Fringe Festival. Now, Robards returns with PolySHAMory, the third installment in the award-winning series.

PolySHAMory is a show about his and hers. And hers. And his. Sex and sex clubs. Love and therapy.

Kate has everything she’s ever dreamed of. So does Kate’s husband’s girlfriend. Armed with the sex-positive ethos of The Ethical Slut, Kate plunges into the world of Polyamory. She has no idea.

PolySHAMory  is produced by ReallySpicy Opera, the company behind Tampa Fringe 2017’s best-selling Game of Thrones: The MusicalPolySHAMory was named a “Best Bet” at FRIGID NYC-2018.

Kate Robards is an award-winning playwright and performer, praised by Montreal Theatre Hub as “A true gem who has audiences chuckling up one moment and tearing up the next.”

Tickets: $6 (+ $3 festival support fee)

 What is the Tampa International Fringe Festival? An uncensored performing arts festival May 3-12, 2018, featuring over 200 performances from companies all over the world, across all genres of live art – comedy, music, magic, and more.

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A Safe Sex Story (and Other Tales)

 

 Clayton Storyteller (Brunswick, GA) presents:

A Safe Sex Story and other tales

Fri May 4 6pm, Sat May 5 10:30pm,  Sun May 6 2:30pm,

Thurs May 10 11:15pm, Sat May 12 2pm


 

Short stories in verse–mystery, western, noir, sci-fi and more. Selections vary, but all performances end with his signature tale, A Safe Sex Story–also available as a chapbook with a personal protective device inside.

Tickets: $7 (+ $3 festival support fee)

 What is the Tampa International Fringe Festival? An uncensored performing arts festival May 3-12, 2018, featuring over 200 performances from companies all over the world, across all genres of live art – comedy, music, magic, and more.

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