The Foolish Theatre Company

Todays Date: 06/26/22
Last Update: 09/13/10 12:02:14 PM
 
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Based in New York City, the Foolish Theatre Company's mission is to develop and produce theatrical comedies in all forms. Be it highbrow, middlebrow, lowbrow or plucked brow, the Foolish Theatre Company aims to entertain and amuse. Ask yourself, “Did you laugh enough today?” If the answer's no, the Foolish Theatre Company is here to fix that.

Schedule of Upcoming Productions

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Production History

Skin Deep  | Open: 10/16/10 Close: 11/06/10
Winner of the 2008 Larry Corse Playwriting Prize and a finalist for the James Sunwall Prize for Comedy, Skin Deep is a revealing new comedy.  When George and Liz, a couple from Ohio, inherit a clothing-optional resort in Key West, they discover parts of themselves never before exposed.

The Godiva Inn staff includes a gay front desk clerk who's an aspiring drag queen and a lesbian janitor who moonlights as a dominatrix.  Also complicating their lives is a visiting businessman who likes to give gals the business.  Along the way, the couple is forced to confront issues about what they believe, what they want and who they really are.  Beyond the laughs, Skin Deep explores what people do when pushed beyond their comfort zones.


WARNING:  This play contains rampant off-stage nudity!

Cast: William Green, Dee Dee Friedman, Robby Sharpe, Mary Theresa Archbold and Timothy Scott Harris.

Scenic Designer: Craig M. Napoliello
Costume Designer: Jonathan Knipscher
Lighting Deisign: David A. Sexton
Stage Manager: Susan Sunday
Drag Consultant: Violet Temper
Kink Consultant: Mistress Tasha Lee
Nude Consultant: John Ordover

 


About the Company: The Foolish Theatre Company
Based in New York City, the Foolish Theatre Company's mission is to develop and produce theatrical comedies in all forms. Be it highbrow, middlebrow, lowbrow or plucked brow, the Foolish Theatre Company aims to entertain and amuse. Ask yourself, “Did you laugh enough today?” If the answer's no, the Foolish Theatre Company is here to fix that.
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