If a theater critic were to call this play a stinker, it might actually be a compliment! A new play in New York has found a unique place as its stage. "Ladies and Gents" is being performed among the stalls and toilets of public bathrooms in Central Park. The two-act play tells the story of prostitutes and politicians in 1950s Dublin, Ireland. The location isnt just a stunt. The play is set in a public restroom where the characters meet and have sexual relations. The playwright, Paul Walker, says the bathrooms allow the audience to become fully involved though the plays similarities to current events was unexpected. The play was originally performed in Dublin and the U.K. It will run at the Bethesda Foundation restrooms in Central Park until March 29.
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