The production will continue through Sept. 21 at the Abrons Arts Center.
The company includes Byron Anthony, Wade Dunham, Edgar Eguia, James Kautz, David Lanson, Sarah Lemp, Judy Merrick, David Nash, Cassandra Paras, Matthew Pilieci, James Rees, Dan Stern, Kelley Swindall, Anna Stromberg, Jordan Tisdale and Vanessa Vaché—all members of The Amoralists’ 50-member ensemble—alongside Charlie Chase, Janette Johnson, Mackenzie Knapp, Zen Mansley, Serena Miller, Kat Murphy, Penny O’Brien, Nikki Pope, Ben Reno and Haley Sullivan.
"In the play, siblings Tommy, Jimmy and Cathy, along with brand-new recruit Vonn, are the Cheaters Club," according to the Amoralists. "Once a year, the gang gets out of town to get it on, with no spouses or strings attached, to exorcise their sexual demons. This year’s destination is the haunted Chaney Inn in Savannah, run by a mysterious family and their voodoo-ing housemaid. The dark and unresolved history of the inn is still being written, and The Cheaters Club may very well be the final chapter."
Here's a look at opening night:
For more information, please visit theamoralists.com.