The Adelaide Repertory Theatre is getting racy with the upcoming season of the Australian premiere of It’s Just Sex.
Running from 18th until the 27th of June, It’s Just Sex is a funny and frank look at modern marriage, sex, fidelity and what couples get up to behind closed doors.
The story begins when three ordinary married couples, Joan and Phil, Greg and Lisa and Kelly and Carl spend an evening at a dinner party together.
With their teenage children away, the couples come out to play and as the drinks flow, their casual get together rapidly turns into something a lot more serious; secrets are revealed, boundaries are broken and inhibitions – and clothes – are removed.
Director Erik Strauts says the play, while funny, racy and a little risqué, is one that he hopes will also be thought provoking.
“This is not Shakespeare. It’s not…
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