On the first Sunday of every month, Margot and her lady pals always host a theme party. What happens when Margot decides to kick it up a notch by having a sex toy party?
It is the premise for Talking Sex On Sunday created by Sara-Jeanne Hosie and Nico Rhodes. Getting its world premiere at the Firehall Arts Centre this month, in this new musical comedy the women share fears, reveal dirty secrets, explore new possibilities, and find the power of female friendship.
“I am delighted to be working with such a powerhouse team of actresses on this wonderful new work created by Sara-Jeanne and Nico,” says director Donna Spencer. “It’s a perfect piece for late winter and reminds us how for so many years – and even now – women have not spoken openly or been proud of their sexuality. Dr. Ruth has done her best to get us talking, but there is always more to be said.”
Vancouver Presents contributor David C Jones was live at the Firehall Arts Centre in East Vancouver with the company of Talking About Sex on Sunday as they prepared for opening night. In this Facebook Live event, we get a sneak peek at the show and chat with co-creator Sara-Jeanne Hosie to find out more.
Editor’s Note: We apologize for the quality of some of this broadcast, including momentary freezing. By its very nature, live broadcasts are fraught with potential pitfalls. We hope you stick around to watch the entire video as this incredible company of women bring this brand new musical to the stage.
Talking Sex on Sunday plays the Firehall Arts Centre (280 East Cordova St, Vancouver) February 14-March 8 Visit firehallartscentre.com for tickets and information.
Vancouver Presents was LIVE at the Firehall Arts Centre in East Vancouver with the cast of Talking Sex on Sunday.This new musical comedy is the story of Margot and her lady pals who always host a theme party on the first Sunday of the month. But what happens when Margot decides to kick it up a notch by having a Sex Toy Party? Find out as David C Jones gets a sneak peek and chats with co-creator Sara-Jeanne Hosie.Talking Sex on Sunday plays the Firehall Arts Centre February 14 – March 8. Visit http://firehallartscentre.ca/onstage/talking-sex-on-sunday/ for tickets and information.
Posted by Vancouver Presents on Wednesday, February 12, 2020