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“My Husband’s Wildest Desires”

The San Pedro Actors Troupe (S.P.A.T.S.) will be performing the hilarious and “sexy’ play “My Husband’s Wildest Desires” at the San Pedro Actors Troupe Playhouse in November.

The play by John Tobias has been performed all over the world to great reviews. Originally titled My Husband’s Wildest Desires Almost Drove Me Mad, the comedy is about a couple Mr. and Mrs. Griffin attempting to put some spark in their love life by exploring their wildest fantasies. The apartment “Super” is unknowingly drawn into their fantasy as well as a bumbling ex-con burglar who decides to rob theGriffin’s apartment at the wrong time.

Then Mrs. Griffin’s sister, Louise, prone to hysterics bursts onto the scene upset that her stockbroker husband has run off with their teenage neighbor. Will this ruin theGriffin’s plan for a hot night of passion or are they so obsessed with their fantasies that they will do anything to make it happen? No matter what the outcome, the audience will be in for a fun night of laugh out loud comedy with a little sex added for their own fantasies.

This year’s play stars Christine Obert as Mrs. Griffin, Paul Trambarulo as Mr. Griffin, Imo Baird the burglar, Van Howell as Connelly and Louise is played by Cathleen Piermarini. Julie Szekely is the Director and Rose Milam is the Producer.

Tickets are $15 with $1 off if you donate a can of non-perishable food, which will go to the Tri-Community Food Bank.

For reservations call (520)896-9496, but you had better hurry because this will be a popular show. “My Husbands Wildest Desires” opens Friday November 2 at 7 p.m.

The play will run November 2,3,4, 9,10,11, and 16,17,18. Fridays and Saturdays the show begins at 7 pm. Sunday matinees begin at 2 p.m.

This play may be a little too risqué for some adults and please leave the kids at home!

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