(Cape May, NJ) -- Caution: This is not for the faint of heart. Cape May Stage continues with Danger: Stay Away!, a series of staged readings meant for only the most intrepid of theatregoers. A number of brave souls have already attended the first few readings are you brave enough to join their ranks?
happens when a man with two lovers must choose only one? What's it like
to battle addiction in its many forms? How do you handle it when your
greatest secret threatens to be exposed? Where do you draw the line
between emotional intimacy and pure carnal desire?
provocative issues intrigue you, then Danger: Stay Away! is meant for
you. These staged readings are designed to stimulate, provoke,
challenge, and most of all, make you walk away from the theater with a
broader understanding of the human condition and the contemporary world
in which we live. We dare you to come.
The schedule for Danger: Stay Away! is as follows:
Cock by Mike Bartlett
man must choose between his longtime boyfriend and his new girlfriend
he ends up torn between the two who are more than willing to fight to
keep him theirs.
The Motherf**ker with the Hat by Stephen Adly Guirgis
former drug dealer finds the inadvertently misplaced hat of his
girlfriend's lover, threatening his relationship, his parole and his
sobriety in an intoxicatingly vulgar look at recovery from addiction.
The Bus by James Lanz
secret meeting place of two young boys is threatened in an explosive
conflict with the potential to tear a town apart in this touching,
The Eros Trilogy by Nicky Silver
short stories connecting four characters: a comically elegant lady
deals with real-life grit; her volatile, drug-addicted son creates some
real-life grit; and a vitriolic epistolary.
performances take play at the Robert Shackleton Playhouse located at
the corner of Lafayette and Bank Streets in downtown Cape May. All
performances begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are pay-what-you-can you decide
how much theatre is worth to you. For more information, please call the
box office at (609) 770-8311 or visit www.capemaystage.org .
Some plays contain mature content and are not appropriate for all audiences.