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Longacre Theatre

220 West 48th Street
New York, NY 10036

1hr. 30mins
No Intermission
Important Dates
Oct 23, 2012
Nov 14, 2012
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Cheyenne Jackson and Henry Winkler star in David West Read's new comedy, set in the world of adult film.

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What Is the Story of The Performers?
The Performers is a raucous romantic comedy about the highs and lows of life and love in the porn industry. Set against the backdrop of the Adult Film Awards in Las Vegas, David West Read's story follows two high school friends, porn star Mandrew and reporter Lee, and the women in their lives, naïve teacher Sara and adult film actress Peeps. Over the course of one wild evening, everything changes as the two couples' relationships are challenged. Along for the ride are Chuck Wood, an aging porn star, and Sundown, an up-and-coming performer. The combination of sex, love and Barry Manilow come together to provide a bawdy take on the classic rom-com.

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What Is The Performers Like?
The Performers is an outrageous comedy about the adult entertainment industry. The ups and downs in the relationships of the major characters play out over one crazy night at the Adult Film Awards in Las Vegas. The show is an R-rated, adult comedy for people who aren’t prudish or easily offended. With lots of good zingers and puns about sex and plenty of eye candy, The Performers shines with the comedic and physical timing of stars that include Henry Winkler, Alicia Silverstone, Cheyenne Jackson and Ari Graynor.

Is The Performers Good for Kids?
The Performers is not for kids. Graphic and explicit language is used throughout, and the play features erotic behavior and sex toys. Older, mature teenagers will enjoy the show because it tackles issues of relationships and sexual expression.