I haven’t heard much about this event so I’m not sure how much flesh we can see aside from Pflaster’s SIX SILENCES IN THREE MOVEMENTS.



The Brick

June 9 – July 3, 2015
Are you frustrated?
Do you regard sexuality as a glorious window into humanity?

For those haunted daily by these questions, The Brick is pleased to announce the first ever F-ck-fest, taking place during June 2015 in Brooklyn, New York!

F-ck-fest, quite simply, is a festival about sex.
A sextival, if you will.

Our inaugural roster is chock-full of artists of all stripes with unique, playful, and subversive approaches to sexuality.

As noted scholar and professor of sexology Dr. Marvin P. Gaye, Jr. put it:

“Let’s get it ahwnnn.”

The other shows most likely to have possible nudity

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The Choking Game

The Colombo Company

June 19 – July 3, 2015

Written and Directed by Kaitlin Colombo
The Choking Game is a psycho-sexual thriller that tells the story of Natalie and Matt, a high school couple from suburban Long Island who use their live amateur internet pornography show ( as a battleground in their crippling emotional and physical war against one another. It’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf? for the YouTube generation. Or, more appropriately, “50 Shades of Grey” by way of the Disney Channel.

Running time: 90 minutes

Friday, 6/19 @ 8:30 PM
Monday, 6/29 @ 7 PM
Thursday, 7/2 @ 7 PM
Friday, 7/3 @ 10:30 PM

Love and Disaster

5150: A Playlist on Love (and Disaster)

Perpetual Desires Alliance

June 17 – 23, 2015

A new play by Tinka Jonakova
Directed by Maridee Slater
Produced by Joy Brooke Fairfield

With Valerie Redd, Brad Makarowski, Chris Cook, & Tinka Jonakova
Some people call Lula crazy, but she swears it’s not true. She just …feels… a little differently. She & her lover Miso live in a bubble of f*cking & fighting with a monthly drug trip thrown in for measure. Miso is adamantly polyamourous, while Lula is…trying. When Miso leaves her unexpectedly, a desperate Lula turns to pot for support, and follows him across the country to win him back. There she meets Christopher who falls for her stoner strap-on bedside manner, much to the displeasure of his partner, Chloe. Chloe decrees, “No more!”, Lula cries “I’m pregnant!” and Christopher pretends none of it’s happening. Inner demons are exposed as Chloe and Lula find themselves in an intimate dance as they each fight for what they think they need to survive, falling down a trapdoor where all bets are off on madness, sex, and salvation.

5150: A Playlist on Love (and Disaster) is a new play about intimacy, neurodiversity, & addiction.

And strap-ons.

90 minutes

Wednesday, 6/17 @ 7 PM
Saturday, 6/20 @ 10:30 PM
Sunday, 6/21 @ 4 PM
Tuesday, 6/23 @ 9 PM

f_ck over f_ck under

F*ck Over F*ck Under

June 17 – July 3, 2015

By Jesse Geguzis
Directed by Maybe Burke
What place does identity have in casual sex? How does our everyday performance of gender influence our performance during sexy time? How do you share your experiences with someone who doesn’t understand your world? Is breakup sex ever a good idea? f*ck over f*ck under is a snapshot of the smorgasbord that is queer life in New York City exploring all the ways we use sex. An episodic look at a bunch of trans and queer relationships that revolve around sex and identity.

Running time: 60 minutes.

Wednesday, 6/17 @ 9 PM
Thursday, 6/18 @ 7 PM
Wednesday, 6/24 @ 9 PM
Friday, 7/3 @ 7 PM



In Extremis Theater Company

June 20 – 28, 2015

By Liz Thaler
Directed by Lauren Miller

Sparks fly at a fetish party when feminist existentialist Alex encounters Luke, a professional dominant. But when their private roles clash with their public selves, how do they know what’s real and what’s make-believe? An unconventional love story about what turns us on, what shuts us down, and what really makes us happy.

Running time: 1 hour, 35 minutes.

Saturday, 6/20 @ 2 PM
Sunday, 6/21 @ 6 PM
Saturday, 6/27 @ 5 PM
Sunday, 6/28 @ 6 PM


Sex and Charitable Giving

June 13 – July 3, 2015

By Lisa Huberman
Directed by David Ledoux
In Sex and Charitable Giving, Ankit and Natasha awkwardly embark on a BDSM journey together. Their sexual fantasy collides with their ethical values when they sponsor a girl in Nepal, and as they sink into the emotional rabbit hole of their role-play, third world problems disrupt their first world lives.

Running time: 2 hours

Saturday, 6/13 @ 5 PM
Sunday, 6/21 @ 12 PM
Sunday, 6/28 @ 8 PM
Friday, 7/3 @ 8:30 PM

asexthing - press2 hires

a sex thing (or a bunch of liberals getting uptight about the socio­-political implications of their desires)

June 16 – 30, 2015

By Kati Frazier
Directed by Corinne Woods
David and Ann are trying to resuscitate their relationship; Stevie and Alice are just getting started. Both couples find themselves at a f*cking crossroads (or rather, a crossroads about f*cking), and asking some new questions:

– How can you turn someone on when they’re trying super hard not to objectify you?
– Why are some sexy ideas so unsexy in real life?
– Are wooden butt plugs safe?
– Why is it so hard to ask for what we want?

While exploring kinks, consent, identity, and desire, they struggle with what to do when what you want isn’t what turns you on and what turns you on isn’t what you want.

Running time: 75 minutes.

Tuesday, 6/16 @ 7 PM
Friday, 6/19 @ 10:30 PM
Sunday, 6/28 @ 2 PM
Tuesday, 6/30 @ 7 PM

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