River Huston Solo Show Plays Midtown Fest, July 24-Aug 6

River Huston will bring her one-woman show, Sex, Cellulite & Large Farm Equipment – one girl's guide to living & dying to the 6th Annual Midtown International Theatre Festival for three shows only. The solo show will open at the Where Eagles Dare Theatre (347 W. 36th St., between 8th and 9th Avenues) for performances on Sunday, July 24th and Tuesday, July 26th at 6 PM, and on Saturday, August 6th at 3:30 PM.

Directed by Cheryl King (not a nice girl and the upcoming Arturo's Window), Sex, Cellulite & Large Farm Equipment is "a hilarious evening of highly irreverent entertainment that touches on all wonders of the human condition," according to the show's production notes. John Chatterton is the show's executive producer.

A comedienne and author, Huston has also been an aerobics instructor, a cabbie, an award-winning poet (Poet Laureate of Bucks County), a public speaker, a sex columnist, a pot farmer and a dominatrix. She has also been living with HIV for 20 years, and is, in the words of Douglas Keating of the Philadelphia Inquirer, "the funniest, most upbeat performer (whose) happiness is real and infectious." River's new book of poetry, In Which I lost 1000 Pounds, will be available at these performances as will her other books, A Positive Life, Goddess, The Bones of Susan and Jesus Never Lived Here.

Tickets are $15, with $10 student tickets also available. They can be reserved by calling SmartTix at 212-868-4444 or by visiting www.smarttix.com or www.midtownfestival.org. To learn more about Huston, visit www.riverhuston.com.

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