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Up Next: Really Spicy Opera in Montreal

In one month, Really Spicy Opera returns to the Montreal Fringe Festival with its award-winning production of Kate Robards’ PolySHAMory.

This follow-up to 2017’s Ain’t That Rich mixes hilarious comedy with down-to-earth explorations of deep issues. Previously staged by RSO at the 2018 Tampa International Fringe and Atlanta Fringe Festivals, the 2019 international tour sees Robards reprising her award-winning performance in the City of Saints from June 7-12, 2019.

Montreal Performance Info:
Where: Le Ministère (4521 St Laurent Blvd, Montreal, QC H2T 1R2, Canada)
When:
Friday, 6/7: 9:30 PM
Saturday, 6/8: 11:15 PM
Sunday, 6/9: 10:30 PM
Monday, 6/10: 6 PM
Monday, 6/10: 11:30 PM
Wednesday, 6/12: 7:45 PM

Up Next: PolySHAMory

In 2014, Kate Robards’ debut solo play Mandarin Orange was named a Capital Fringe Festival highlight by the Washington Post, the first of several star-studded productions. Over the next two years, her solo play Ain’t That Rich racked up honors from Montreal to DC to the shores of Hawaii, including “Best Bet” at FRIGID NYC, “Best of Fringe” at the Capital Fringe, sold-out performances at the Marsh Theatre in San Francisco, and a Hoku Award at the Maui Fringe Festival. Now, Robards returns with PolySHAMory, the third installment in the award-winning series.

PolySHAMory is a show about his and hers. And hers. And his. Sex and sex clubs. Love and therapy.

Kate has everything she’s ever dreamed of. So does Kate’s husband’s girlfriend. Armed with the sex-positive ethos of The Ethical Slut, Kate plunges into the world of Polyamory. She has no idea.

PolySHAMory  is produced by Really Spicy Opera, the company behind Tampa Fringe 2017’s best-selling Game of Thrones: The MusicalPolySHAMory was named a “Best Bet” at FRIGID NYC-2018.

Kate Robards is an award-winning playwright and performer, praised by Montreal Theatre Hub as “A true gem who has audiences chuckling up one moment and tearing up the next.”

PolySHAMory at the Tampa and Atlanta Fringe Festivals

Really Spicy Opera is proud to present Kate Robards’ solo play PolySHAMory on tour at the Tampa and Atlanta Fringe Festivals. PolySHAMory  is the third in a series of award-winning solo plays written and performed by Robards, following Mandarin Orange and Ain’t That Rich (produced by Really Spicy Opera in 2017).

From May-June, Robards will take her trademark humor and exploration of serious issues on the road. PolySHAMory will play at the Tampa International Fringe Festival from May 3-7, and at the Atlanta Fringe Festival from June 6-10.

 

Up Next: The Princess Pirate Party Musical at DC’s Intersections Festival

Hot on the heels of its second revival of A Pickle, Really Spicy Opera heads to Washington, DC for the Intersections Festival. RSO will present the children’s theatre outreach half of The Princess Pirate Party Musical, a new show currently under development.

The Intersections Festival is hosted and curated by the Atlas Performing Arts Center. The Intersections Festival runs February 22-March 11, and is now on its 9th season. RSO’s appearance is part of the festival’s educational theatre outreach program for the very young, and will feature Victoria Erickson (The Clever Artifice of Harriet and Margaret) and Basil Considine.

The Princess Pirate Party Musical will play on Saturday, 3/3 @ 9 AM at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, DC. Tickets are available online.

A Pickle Returns to Sabes JCC

Update: Due to blizzard conditions, this performance has been rescheduled for Monday, February 26 at Sabes JCC.

Really Spicy Opera’s award-winning production of Deborah Yarchun’s A Pickle will return January 22 for a special performance at the Sabes Jewish Community in St. Louis Park, MN. A Pickle will appear as part of the Twin Cities Jewish Humor Festival, with Angela Timberman reprising her role as Doris.

A Pickle is based on the real-life story of Doris Rubenstein and the Minnesota State Fair’s pickle-making contest. The play won the Twin Cities Arts Reader’s Best of Fringe award for the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival, a BroadwayWorld Regional Award for Best Original/New Work, and a BroadwayWorld Regional Award for Best Actress.

Tickets are $12 in advance, $14 at the door. 7:30 PM performance.