Marilyn Sokol Solo Offers Guilt Without Sex, Apr. 2

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Marilyn Sokol has been doing her one-woman show, Guilt Without Sex, on and off for several years -- her last New York appearance with it was at Theatre Arielle in January 1991. But now she's back, starting April 2, playing at the Soho Playhouse every Thursday night (an off-night for regular tenant Grandma Sylvia's Funeral).

Marilyn Sokol has been doing her one-woman show, Guilt Without Sex, on and off for several years -- her last New York appearance with it was at Theatre Arielle in January 1991. But now she's back, starting April 2, playing at the Soho Playhouse every Thursday night (an off-night for regular tenant Grandma Sylvia's Funeral).

Sokol has titled this installment "Guilt Without Sex III," crediting such influences as "Matisse, Picasso and Ed Sullivan Show re-runs." Novelty tunes in Guilt include "I'm Not Myself Anymore" (a torch song for people with organ transplants) and "Das Chicago Song."

The actress' recent credits include Sam And Itkeh at Off-Broadway's American Jewish Theatre, and American Repertory Theatre's Shlemiel The First.

For tickets ($25 -- including champagne) and information on Guilt Without Sex III at the Soho Playhouse, 15 Vandam St., call (212) 691-1555.

Since Tuesday is also an dark night for Grandma Sylvia, the Steve "Axe" Axelrod solo comedy, Blue Collar Bay, will run on those nights. Axe is a former marine and NY Daily News delivery truck driver -- who struck it big on Wall Street and has been part of the Sylvia cast for two years. Tickets are $17. -- By David Lefkowitz

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