SCENES OF A SEXUAL NATURE Opens at Teatro SEA this Weekend
Producer/director Leonard Zelig always felt that the erotically charged film, Scenes of a Sexual Nature, would make a compelling stage play, and he was right. He has adapted the complex humor and sexuality of Aschlin Ditta's multi-layered film into a new stage play opening this weekend at Teatro SEA.
Scenes are interwoven stories of couples in Hampstead Heath Park in north London. Seven loosely related tales behave like a sexual encounter - moving forward and backward; connecting smoothly, painfully, and curiously; heating up then heating up more. Sex and love sometimes are the same and sometimes have nothing to do with each other.
Scenes explores divorce, homosexuality, the longevity of love, children, infidelity, and prostitution ... all in one afternoon.
Scenes shares what makes these couples tick and in turn what makes us all tick.
Scenes is already in development for a more commercial run. The Water People Theater Company is thrilled to premiere this new work.
Scenes features Beatriz Castillo, Joe Dimuzio, Eddie Dunn, Natalie Frost, Olivia Gjurich, William D. McAndrews, Greg McGoon, Jason Linforth, Joan D Saunders, Amy Scanlon, and is directed and adapted for the stage by Leonard Zelig. Produced by the Water People Theater Company at Teatro SEA, 107 Suffolk Street. Teatro SEA is located on Suffolk Street on Manhattan's Lower East Side near the Williamsburg Bridge (between Delancey Street and Rivington Street). Ticket available at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/932406.