Theatre Event

Sexual Perversity in Chicago

The Crescent Theatre Company presents

Sexual Perversity in Chicago

by David Mamet

13 - 20 Jun in the Studio at 7.45pm | Matinees: Sunday 14 & Saturday 20 at 2.45pm

There will be an After Dark discussion following the 19:45 performance on Fri, 19th Jun. Free to ticket holders.

Set against the back drop of the 1970s, David Mamet’s Sexual Perversity in Chicago
traces the development and demise of a relationship between Dan and Deb, a couple who have fireworks in the bedroom but can’t make it work outside. Dan and Deb are influenced by their interfering friends, Bernie and Joan, whose cynical perspectives on the dynamics of relationships expose much of the bitterness, misandry and misogyny of sexual politics - ultimately asking the question, do any of us really know what we want?


A bleak, honest, brutally funny exploration of the ‘dirty joke’ that is the ‘godforsaken business’ of modern love and relationships.

Please note this performance contains themes of adult and sexual nature, and is not suitable under 16s


Tickets £11 | £10 Concessions | Sunday Matinee only £6



DIRECTOR

Liam Tombs

THE CAST

Mark Payne - Danny Shapiro
Jack Robertson - Bernie Litko
Lara Johnson - Deborah Soloman
Anais Seager - Joan Webber


PRODUCTION TEAM

Director - Liam Tombs
Production Assistant - Andrew Crocker
Stage Managers - Jo Phillips & Gillie Churcher
Costume Design - Jen Coley
Set Design - Keith Harris
Lighting Design - Jack Tustin
Lighting Operators - Tom Inman,John Grey,Kristan Webb & Adam Lovelock
Sound - Adrian Hooper
Properties - Andrew Lowrie & Emma Kirk

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