Date(s) - April 11, 2019 - April 27, 2019
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Who are you?” are the first words spoken in this provocative comedy about fame, cyber identity and ambition. Olivia, a talented but unrecognized novelist who is in her 40s, puts that question to Ethan, a 20-something superstar sex blogger who shows up one snowy evening at Olivia’s remote cabin in the woods. Olivia’s wariness to this stranger turns to attraction and erotic sparks fly. Utterly contemporary, the play explores the limits of online privacy and how the number of clicks can translate into stardom. Written by Laura Easton, a writer for TV’s House Of Cards, Sex With Strangers was one of the most produced shows in regional theaters over the past three seasons. Sexy, funny and timely, the play explores whether technology is bringing us closer together, or making us virtual strangers. The evocative title alone appeals to audiences who come to Key West for a bit of adventure. The New York Times in a rave called the play “A twisty and timely two character drama about lust, love and the complex nature of identity in our digital-dominated era.”
Directed by Patrick New – Written by Laura Eason
Set Designer by Michael Boyer
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