By Holly Hughes
Directed by RJ Hodde
Summer is over but that doesn’t mean you can’t camp! Surge out of pandemic isolation and into the Sapphic soap opera the patriarchy doesn't want you to see…
Equal parts film noir, postmodern romp, and low-brow glee, The Well of Horniness is a camp-fueled cliff-hanger featuring libidinous lesbians, licentious ladies, and mysterious men (the mystery? they’re actually women!) in a who-done-it case you won't even WANT to solve! Written by performance artist Holly Hughes for her fellow conspirators at the WOW Café, this raucous and raunchy radio-play-wannabe is your entrée into avant-garde circles—if you don't mind walking in circles. Set your inhibitions aside and strap on your seatbelt for all the plot twists, sound effects, and shag-carpet jokes you can take! Come join us for this Freudian slip into The Well of Horniness.
This play contains gunshots, implied violence, intimacy, coarse language, and sexual dialogue.
Running Time: 1 hour, 45 minutes including one 15 minute intermission