The lastest episode of our podcast where we discuss a new piece of theatre over a slice of cheesecake.
By Kimberly Lew (Playwright/Blogger) with Erin Salvi
In the sexiest episode ever of Kim & Erin Eat Cheesecake (And Talk About That Show They Just Saw), we discuss the saucily-titled Your Mother's Copy of the Kama Sutra, currently running at Playwrights Horizons. In this play by Kirk Lynn, engaged-to-be-married Carla and Reggie decide to reenact their sexual pasts with one another before they go to the altar. While digesting our fries and matzoh ball soup (spoiler-alert: no cheescake was consumed during the making of this podcast), we also digest this new play, which explores the lengths people may or may not be willing to go to achieve real intimacy. It's actually not quite as salacious as it sounds...or is it? Join us to find out. (Warning: this podcast will contain spoilers).
KIMBERLY LEW is a playwright with two published one-act plays for high schools, as well as full-length Searching for Candi (co-written with Gabriella Miyares), which debuted at Mt. Holyoke college. Her latest play, Other People's Children, was recently featured as a part of The Beautiful Soup Theater Collective's new works reading series and was a semi-finalist for the 2012 O'Neill Playwrights Conference. She also created/manages the Emerging Musical Theatre blog. www.kimberlylew.com
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ERIN SALVI is a Brooklyn-based writer who enjoys theater, drinking copious amounts of coffee, rocking out to David Bowie, and thinking about the space-time continuum. Her writing has been featured in The Expeditioner and My Dog Ate My Blog.
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