An evening of one-acts that take an exotic, erotic (even slightly psychotic)
look at human sexuality and relationships.
The first part of the evening consisted of the following
short one-act plays: Poetic Injustice, Sexlax,
Low Accommodations, A Space for
Seduction, and the musical performance piece, Coastal
Complexes, by Richard
West. The second half of the evening was solely devoted to You
Are Who You Eat, written by Ultra Violet—a veteran
of Andy Warhol’s Factory scene—and directed by Lissa Moira,
takes us behind the scenes, writing the great American movie.
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