In Search of Intimacy: Make Love, Not Walls – returns for one show only!

In Search of Intimacy: Make Love, Not Walls – returns for one show only!

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A smart bomb destroys a village. A middle name sends up a red flag at the airport. A teacher goes postal. A husband and wife come clean. Dancing the eternal dance of lies and truths, hiding behind walls of our own making, battling the ever-present prejudice that threatens to drown our sensuality, our search for intimacy and our very souls – how do we find our place, our position, our passion, in a maze as vast as Los Angeles, or as intricate as the highways and byways of our own inner being. IN SEARCH OF INTIMACY is a provocative theatre event that fuses poetry, prose, movement and video imagery taking us on a sometimes tantalizing, sometimes titillating, often terrifying look at our search for fulfillment and the desperate desire for completion that hovers always at the edge of our awareness. Helmed by Playhouse co-artistic director Chris DeCarlo, written by Playhouse Playwright-in-Residence Evelyn Rudie, crafted and performed by Smita Bagla, Martin Cohen, Suzanne Gangursky, Bob Hucul, Linda Kohn, and Berkeley Sanjay, who does double duty as assistant director. After a sold out world premiere in the Spring, IN SEARCH OF INTIMACY returns for one performance only, Sunday, July 23, at 5:00pm.

In Search of Intimacy: Make Love, Not Walls – returns for one show only!