Fringe Hit The Joys of Sex Possibility for Off-Broadway in April

News   Fringe Hit The Joys of Sex Possibility for Off-Broadway in April
The Joys of Sex — which hit the 2002 New York International Fringe Festival, winning director Jeremy Dobrish a FringeNYC Award — may be headed for Off Broadway's Variety Arts.

A casting notice counts Ben Sprecher and William P. Miller as producers for the work to be directed again by Dobrish, known for The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged).

Performances are slated to start April 2, the notice states.

Not to be confused with the bestselling, similarly-titled 1974 book, this musical revue — which does not contain "nudity, four-letter words, or graphic show & tell" — features four characters who sing about threesomes, one-night stands, cybersex and orgasms.

Songs — music by David Weinstein, lyrics by Melissa Levis — in the titillating tuner include "Intercourse on the Internet," "In the Parlor Be a Lady, In the Bedroom Be a Whore" and "The Three Way in Three Acts."

The Fringe cast included Cristina L. Fadale (Rent), David Josefsberg (Les Miz, Grease), Stephanie Kurtzuba (Bat Boy) and Brandon Williams (Blood Brothers). Julie Kramer served as dramaturg. No official announcement or casting has been released for the musical revue.

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