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Monday, July 18, 2011
The FS Suggests . . . Sex in Mommyville
Called to my attention by its writer/producer, Anna Fishbeyn, Sex in Mommyvillehas been transformed from a solo show that opened in 2010 at the Flea Theatre in NYC to a multi-character play that's premiering at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre on July 27, 29, and 31.
The show has also been booked to play at the opening of the Museum of Motherhood, sponsored by Mamapalooza, in September.
MamaBlogger365 discusses her experience of the performance here.