Sexual Perversity in Chicago

“Sexual Perversity in Chicago” is a comedy-drama set in the 1970s. It tells the story of Danny and Deborah, a young couple who try to find out if their one-night stand can become a real relationship. It was Mamet's breakthrough play, and he would go on to write many plays and movies, eventually winning the Pulitzer Prize.

This play contains frank conversations about sex and adult language which may not be appropriate for children.

The show will run from April 12 through April 15, including both matinee and evening performances.

For more information, or to arrange an audition by appointment, contact Dr. Jerry Jaffe at jjaffe@lec.edu.

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