By John Sable
Directed by John Sable
Carol and Chris are the typical middle-class urban couple. They're married. They're in love. They each have a girlfriend on the side. Adapted from The Ethical Slut, by Dossie Easton and Katherine Lizts, Broom Street Theater's new erotic comedy, Multiple O, tells the story of one couple's misadventures as they learn how to create a healthy non-monogamous lifestyle the hard way--by making every mistake in the book.
Five years in the making, John Sable's play, Multiple O, debuts at Broom Street Theater May 2, 2008. In 2003, feminist porn star Nina Hartly and playwright Sable (Cows Gone Wild; Audrey Seiler, Where Are You?) collaborated on his ground-breaking play, Why Sex, Why Not the Violin? During production of that play, Nina introduced John to the revolutionary book, The Ethical Slut, which has become a virtual bible for those exploring non-monogamy, Sable felt the book was of such importance he immediately contacted the authors and publisher to secure their blessings for a staged adaptation of their work.
This play contains strong sexual content and adult situations. No admittance will be granted to anyone under 18.
Produced by Broom Street Theater at 1119 Williamson Streeet
Performances: May 2 - June 8, 2008
Multiple O runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Curtain is 8:00 p.m. for Friday and Saturday performances. Sunday's curtain is 2:00 p.m.
Ticket Prices: Tickets are $8.00. Individual show tickets are available at the door and Broom Street ticket packages are available online at the theater's website.
For more information or to make reservations call 608-244-8338 or visit the website at www.broomstreet.org.