"90 minutes of good, kinky fun!"— The New York Times
"Smart. Sexy. Hilarious."— Vogue
"Seriously smart and very funny. A suspense-packed study of the erotics of power."— The New York Times
Vanda has her eyes on the lead role in Venus in Fur, an adaptation of the classic erotic novel. Her charged audition for the director becomes an electrifying game of cat and mouse as the lines blur between fantasy and reality, seduction and power, love and sex. This hilarious and sexy new comedy was a smash Broadway hit.
"This savage, sexy, smart, and funny new play took my breath away. Director Daniel Goldstein set our stage on fire with God of Carnage, and I know he will make our new production the hottest date night in Boston."— Peter DuBois
Artistic Director Peter DuBois explains why the Huntington's upcoming production of David Ives' sexy new comedy Venus In Fur, directed by Daniel Goldstein, is going to be the hottest date night in Boston.
Chris Kipiniak has appeared on Broadway in Metamorphoses and Macbeth. Off Broadway credits include Kit Marlowe (The Public Theater/NYSF), Nora (Marvell Repertory Theatre), Charles Winn Speaks (Living Image Arts), How to Act Around Cops (New York and Edinburgh International Fringe Festivals and the Soho Theatre in London), and more.
Andrea Syglowski has New York credits that include Benefit of the Doubt (Roundabout Theatre Company), The Cherry Orchard (Mint Theater Company), Stage Fright (The Lark, dir. Jerry Zaks), and Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing (Sylvester Manor House). She is a graduate of The Juilliard School where she was the recipient of the Robin Williams scholarship.
Daniel Goldstein directed God Of Carnage, Falsettos, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and The Cry of the Reed for the Huntington, and the recent revival of Godspell on Broadway. He is a graduate of Northwestern University.
David Ives is the author of the one-act comedies All in the Timing (Outer Critics Circle Award) and Time Flies. He is also the author of three young-adult novels, Monsieur Eek, Scrib, and Voss. A graduate of Yale School of Drama and a former Guggenheim Fellow in playwriting, he lives in New York City.
Matt Saunders is the Associate Artistic Director of New Paradise Laboratories and previously designed The Fab 4 Reach the Pearly Gates at PS 122 and others.
Charles Schoonmaker previously designed God of Carnage and A Long and Winding Road at the Huntington. His New York productions include Limonade tous les Jours (The Cell Theatre), 9/11 Portraits (Union Square Theatre), and Portrait of Jennie (Henry Street Settlement).
M.L. Geiger's credits include the international tour of Mabou Mines' Dollhouse and Oslo Elsewhere at 59E59.
Darron L. West is a Tony and Obie award-winning sound designer whose work for theatre and dance has been heard in over 500 productions nationally and internationally, on Broadway, and Off Broadway. He is a two time Henry Hewes Design Award winner and a proud recipient of the 2012 Princess Grace Award.
Emily F. McMullen previously worked on The Cocktail Hour at the Huntington. Prior to working at the Huntington she worked with Merrimack Repertory Theatre in Lowell where she spent over nine seasons as their production stage manager and worked on over 70 productions. She holds a BA from Emory University.
Kevin Schlagle returns to the Huntington after previously working on Our Town,God of Carnage, Ruined, and Prelude to a Kiss. Other local credits include Marie Antoinette, Prometheus Bound, and Alice vs. Wonderland with American Repertory Theater as well as more than two years with their production of The Donkey Show. He holds a BFA in stage management from Boston University.
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