Ends Oct 28

The Sonnets

Members say: Raunchy, Thought-provoking, Edgy, Ambitious, Great writing
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The Bridge Production Group presents this original theater piece that examines the sex industry through Shakespearean text, contemporary music, devised movement, and immersive design.

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'The Sonnets' is part of The Bridge Residency, a month-long residency at The Robert Moss Theatre, and will be performed in rotating repertory with 'Hedda' and 'Red Light Winter.'

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Ambitious, Edgy, Raunchy, Great writing, Ever wonder if the bard was a feminist, or maybe female? here's a good sampling

See it if A "Peep Show" gets a strange, but somewhat effective, re-vamping as "8" dancer-actors speak a sonnet then Dance in their skivvies. Shocking?

Don't see it if Using exploitation (lingerie-clad hotties) to protest the same is a slippery slope. Some will be offended, pervs will be aroused. No cigar?

Edgy, Thought-provoking, Raunchy, Relevant, Disturbing

See it if Gorgeous girls in lingerie recite Shakespeare, dance, and emote, only to be objectified, dehumanized, and dismissed. Sensual and disturbing

Don't see it if You would feel uncomfortable with near nudity on stage. You are looking for a fun time.

Thought-provoking, Masterful, Must see, Profound, Riveting

See it if You like engaging, insightful ensemble theatre.

Don't see it if Don’t miss it!