Mike Bartletts uproarious battle of wit and persuasion centers around John, who, having left his 7 year relationship with M, a man, falls in love with W, a woman. Thats what this is, isn't it? The ultimate bitch fight? Johns choice becomes not only a choice between two people, but a larger choice of lifestyle, family, and identity.
John finds himself in a ridiculous and delicate dance between his lovers, so as not to lose those them, or worse, his sense of self. The play begs the question, does who we love dictate who we are? Aware of societys expectations of labels, it screams No. But, like John who can never really be sure, we find ourselves vacillating between examples and what-ifs. The piece sheds light on the nuance of any relationship, regardless of sexual preference.Not man or woman but what theyre like. What they do. Why didnt anyone say? The piece is non-linear, with a hilarious, yet sardonic twist for an ending.
Showtimes: Dec. 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th at 8 pm
Matinees: Dec 7th, 8th, 14th & 15th at 2pm