April 8 through May 8
By LAURA EASON
Directed by DAVID SAINT
This smart and sexy play follows Olivia and Ethan – writers from two different schools of thought. One traditional old-school, the other a blogger – turned book writer – turned script writer who became famous detailing his sexual exploits. Trapped overnight at a snowed-in retreat, their motivations and desires turn competitive, and uncertainty about each other starts to take over. Sex with Strangers is a co-production with George Street Playhouse.
“Entertaining and inquisitive.” – The New York Times
“Completely captivating!” – Broadwayworld.com
“Compelling!” – WHYY
“A satisfying ping-pong match of wit and personal style!” – Phindie.com
Production photos by T. Charles Erickson, courtesy of George Street Playhouse
Patron Enrichment Programming (PEP)
On Thursday, May 5th, join us for “The Politics of Hooking Up,” a post-show conversation about the role of sex in a social paradigm shift, led by Dr. Julia Ericksen, emeritus professor at Temple University, author, and PTC Board Member, and featuring University of Pennsylvania Sociology Professor, David Grazian, and Temple University Sociology Professor, Tom Waidzunas.
On Wednesday, April 20th, after the evening performance of Sex With Strangers, PTC Literary Manager Carrie Chapter will host “Colloquium Sexualis: A Conversation with Dr. Timaree Schmit.” Timaree is one of the city’s foremost educators and thought-leaders on modern sexuality. The dialogue will put the play in context for how people connect with each other in a digital age while weighing the cultural value and detriment of technology on sex lives.
Sex with Timaree was named one of the top sex podcasts by Buzzfeed, Daily Dot and iTunes.
DTF: Darryl and Timaree Fun Hour: the best sex ed/comedy/game show in the known universe. Every 2nd Friday at Franky Bradley’s at 8:30 pm. Click here for more info.