Venus in Fur Broadway Show
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Tony Award-nominated actress Nina Arianda (Born Yesterday) reprises her acclaimed role in the Off-Broadway David Ives play Venus in Fur, now being given a Broadway production by the Manhattan Theatre Club at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. Hugh Dancy (Journey's End on Broadway, The Jane Austen Book Club on film) co-stars.
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While auditioning for a role in a play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur, a talented young actress engages in sexually charged cat-and-mouse game with the play's director that blurs the lines between reality and fantasy.
Walter Bobbie (Direction)
John Lee Beatty (Scenic Design)
Anita Yavich (Costume Design)
Peter Kaczorowski (Lighting Design)
Acme Sound Partners (Sound Design)
David Ives (Playwright)
Summary The lines between fantasy and reality are blurred when a young actress auditioning for a role in a new play engages in an erotic cat-and-mouse game with the director of the play.
Age May be inappropriate for 12 and under. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation The interplay between a director and an actress (who may have a lot more depth than is initially apparent) makes this psychological comedy intriguing. Hugh Dancy and Tony Award nominee Nina Arianda are perfect in their roles and display great chemistry. However, as Venus in Fur is about an audition, an integral part of the comedic drama involves the pair "performing" the play that the actress is auditioning for. The play in question deals with a 19th century sadomasochistic relationship, so whether you find these sections tedious or titillating may relate directly to how interesting you find S&M power struggles.