In two weeks the hilarious dramedy, Intimate Chaos, will hit the stage for the LAST TIME in the Philadelphia tri-state area! There will be three shows with SEATING LIMITED to 100 per night and though you can purchase the night of the event, it is strongly advised that you purchase in Advance to not only Save Money but to Secure Your Seat! Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.
The shows will be at the Adrienne Theatre, which is located at 2030 Sansom Street. All shows start at 7:30 p.m. and the dates are September 30-October 2. There will be discount parking for patrons at the parking lot across the street from the theatre.
IN ADDITION, there will be a celebratory happy hour this coming Monday, Sept. 20 at Warmdaddy’s Restaurant from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Early guests will enjoy a complimentary selection of appetizers, but for the duration of the evening there will be a cash bar and full menu available. Warmdaddy’s is located at 1400 Columbus Boulevard in the Penns Landing area and is adjacent to United Artists at Riverview movie theater. There is PLENTY of free parking in the area.
This will be a great time to see some friends on the Philly Arts scene and meet some others. Hope to see you there!!!
Back by popular demand and as a Featured production in the inaugural Philadelphia Urban Theatre Festival, Intimate Chaos is an urban dramedy that explores a lesbian relationship complete with love, lust, abandonment and betrayal. Packed with comedy, drama and its share of salacious scenes, this show ultimately explores the romantic relationship between two headstrong women as well as heterosexual/homosexual friendship dynamics.
******WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID ABOUT INTIMATE CHAOS******
“The brilliance of Cheril N. Clarke is astounding.” – Out IN Jersey
“Lesbian novelist creates success out of Chaos.” – Philadelphia Gay News
“Intimate Chaos (the book) brings us dyke drama in all its glory as it chronicles Sadira and Jessie’s roller-coaster relationship.” – Curve magazine
“Take a sexy, sultry book brimming with drama and deceit, add actors and a set to bring it to life, and you’ve got yourself a play worth paying for!” – GO Magazine