Time Period - Contemporary
Settings Of Play - A television studio and a garage
FEATURES / CONTAINS
Interior Set, Unit Set/Multiple Settings
Mild Adult Themes
College Theatre / Student, Professional Theatre, Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups
RECOGNITION / AWARDS
There is a cloud over porn queen Heidi the 'Ho's usually cheery cable TV show. Her guests are wearing armbands to mourn the passing of their employer and mentor, a legendary porn filmmaker. Tired of working for others, this motley group of adult video veterans decides to write and shoot their own extravaganza, an "art" film. The script doesn't live up to their expectations so they bring in a new writer, one who insists they read the classics to prepare for their roles. Unexpected ideas develop as the hilarity escalates bringing the play to a raucous and riotous conclusion.
"May's best work...surprises us with humanity in the midst of the ridiculous....It's the comedy of the year." - The New York Post
"Not just funny but uplifting." - NYTheatre.com
"Only a frenzied comic mind could imagine...this delight...with its giddy, raunchy sense of humor." - Show Business Weekly
Adult Entertainment premiered at the Variety Arts Theatre in New York City in December 2002 under the direction of Stanley Donen.