About This Show

With 19 million prescriptions of Viagra filled, it seems like the world is desperately trying to get an erection. So why would anyone want to curb their libido? Playwright Dawson Moore explores this question in LibidOff, a two-act comedy about the invention and marketing of a patch that curbs the male sex drive.
Directed by Don Williams, the play examines how men are slaves to their libido and feel distracted at best and frustrated and angry at worst. Women are disgusted and annoyed by this constant desire or manipulate it to gain power. The men see the patch as a way to be liberated. Rather than a battle of the sexes, this is a comedy of ideas which explores relationships for what they are–complicated.
Performances on December 3, 4, and 5 are at 9:30pm.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: November 27, 2000 Final Performance: December 5, 2000

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