Neal Weaver's Strip/Tease begins with an actor arriving for class. His teacher/director is writing a script, and he engages the actor in some rather risky acting exercises. The result is a series of explosive and erotic confrontations leading to personal revelations and dramatic reversals. Strip/Tease examines issues of artistic exploration, sexual exploitation, and the ways in which art and reality encroach on each other.
Previews Oct. 16 and 17. No show Nov. 1; 5 PM show Nov. 2.Starting Nov 30, the performance schedule is Wednesdays at 8pm, and Saturdays and Sundays at 5 pm.