Directed by Obie Award winner David Drake, the cast includes J. Stephen Brantley, Todd Flaherty, Joe MacDougall, Christopher MacDow, Joseph Mahan and Aaron Tone.
Slap&Tickle, according to press notes, is a "sexy and powerful new play about how drugs, politics, HIV and the Internet have dramatically changed the sexual and emotional landscape for gay men in America over the past 25 years. Heightening the theatrical nature of the play, Slap&Tickle employs six actors to portray a total of 20 recurring characters whose lives all intersect in surprising, humorous and revealing ways."
The production, which runs an intermissionless 80 minutes, features original music by DJ Susan Morabito with lighting design by Chris Page and set design by David Drake.
Show times are Tuesdays-Saturdays at 8 PM. The Provincetown Theater is located at 238 Bradford Street. All tickets are $33.50 and can be obtained by calling (866) 811-4111 or by visiting www.slapandtickleonline.com or the theatre's box office on performance days starting at 6 PM.
* The production contains strong language and nudity. It is recommended for mature audiences only.