After a ten-year absence from the Argentine stage, Spanish actress Charo Lopez returned with a one-woman-show called Tengamos El Sexo en Paz (Let's Have Sex in Peace). Performances began July 20 at Teatro Liceo in Buenos Aires.
The piece, defined as "a journey through the sexuality of human beings from adolescence through Viagra," talks about all the aspects of human sexuality in a funny, though sometimes serious way.
The play was originally a book written by Jacopo Fo about Buddhism, Zen and sex. It was transformed into a theatre monologue by his parents -- Nobel winner Dario Fo and actress Franca Rame. The piece is directed by Jose Carlos Plaza.
Tickets are available at Teatro Liceo, Rivadavia y Parana (381 4291). Performances: Tuesday through Friday 9:00 PM, Saturday 8:30 PM and 11:00 PM and Sunday 8:00 PM.
-- By Marcelo Kotliar