It’s our favorite thing since sliced potatoes—turned into vodka.
It’s also the name of a play previewing tonight at Undermain Theatre. Set in 1950s Philadelphia, the a dark comedy follows two brothers in real estate whose lives are turned upside-down when a new secretary and her daughter uncover some family secrets that they would prefer have stayed hidden. It’s a tale of corruption with more than a few surprises.
The play is written by transgender playwright Sylvan Oswald and we’re always thrilled to support anyone within the LGBT community. But it’s also a world premiere, which adds extra incentive to show up and make this a rousing success for him.
Tonight and tomorrow’s previews include drink specials at the bar (!) and the show runs into October, so there’s plenty of opportunity to catch this production.
And if you can’t show your support, go f^@% yourself.
Profanity by Sylvan Oswald
September 12 – October 12
Tickets: $15-30 ($10 previews tonight and tomorrow)
Directed by Katherine Owens
Starring Bruce DuBose, Michael Federico, Shannon Kearns-Simmons, Alex Organ, and Katy Tye