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"“Sex Tips” could have been zingy and smart and actually helpful, like Bravo’s erstwhile reality series “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.” But apparently, that was not the goal here. This show feels like a blend of a bachelorette party at Chippendales and the embarrassing midnight act at a Pigalle tourist trap." Full Review
"What straight woman doesn't want to learn a few handy tricks to make her man happy in bed? And what better person to teach her what a man wants than a sassy gay man! How much you'll actually learn at Sex Tips is questionable, but you won't go to this hysterically titillating show for an education. You'll go because you want to laugh your @ss off." Full Review
"Can we really analyze the sexual and gender politics of a play that includes a striptease starting in an astronaut suit with the song lyrics “I Am Scientist?” Exactly. Murphy is well aware of his audience and is rightfully banking on bounties of bachelorettes and gaggles of gays to fill the seats." Full Review
"Let's not call this a “play”, because it only marginally meets that criteria. "Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man", written by Matt Murphy and directed by Tim Drucker, is part improv, part cabaret, part silliness -- and mostly just a night of fluffy fun." Full Review
"I wish I could say that hilarity ensues, but save for a handful of one-liners and a few well-placed slides, the laughter from the audience sprang mostly from watching their fellow audience members being put through the ringer." Full Review
"The show is geared toward tourists and bachelorette parties, and is not without its charms...It's nothing new, nor does it move much beyond a standard love-story arc delivered within the context of some semi-improved bits involving people being forced to do embarrassing things on stage, but it kept the audience thoroughly entertained." Full Review
See it if You just want to see a silly show with friends and just laugh and not have to follow a plot or hear every word.
Don't see it if You are easily offended or embarrassed by sex jokes and don't like audience participation and loud fun shows.
See it if You are comfortable in your skin when folks are talking about sex and relationships. If you like to laugh and are open minded you will enjoy
Don't see it if You are not comfortable talking and hearing about things of a sexual nature. Don't see if you don't like to laugh. I laughed so much.
See it if you are celebrating your Bachelorette party or looking for a fun night out with a group of people
Don't see it if you offend easily or you are not in a large group. This is the kind of show that is more entertaining if you are with more people.
See it if you're having a bachelorette party or girls' night out. It's perfect for that more than a night at the theater.
Don't see it if you need more content & less filler in your theater-going adventures. This is 70 minutes of perfectly pleasant silliness, but not much else.
See it if you like low comedy, gay humor and muscle bodies, women practicing empowerment and common sense, gay best friends, depictions of horniness
Don't see it if you don't like very slight shows, you're not going with a bunch of girlfriends, don't believe in gay BFF's, don't like sex or gay humor
See it if you're with a bachelorette party. You like dumb sexual jokes. You're drunk. They cast a minor celebrity you want to see.
Don't see it if you want to see a real play. You expect the jokes to be funny. You're interested in anything approaching good acting.
See it if you're in the mood for audience participation in a show, and some talk about sex
Don't see it if you're expecting something hilarious, or something serious or deep. It's a pleasant enough way to pass the night, not much more
See it if You are looking for a good show for girls night out. It's not really a "play" nor are you actually gonna get any bedroom tips. It's just fun
Don't see it if Mildly risqué Interaction with actors or sexual themes make you uncomfortable. It's silly... not cerebral.