"It's a great piece of theater and worth your time and money with all the key ingredients for theatrical success – it's well written, directed and acted, and above all, it's funny as all get out." Shelley Kaehr, Associate Theater Critic for John Garcia's THE COLUMN
"de la Costa’s clever script is conceivably ready for prime time. The wit is there, as is substance. He wrote a play that ultimately isn’t just about a gay guy having sex with a girl and the shenanigans around it. He brilliantly weaved a story that looked at how relationships are defined and the fluidity that goes with them (or maybe needs to go with them).... de la Costa created a gem." Rich Lopez - Dallas Voice
"I love the premise of Outrageous, Sexy, (nekkid) Romp... It is in many ways a very genuine, insightful, amusing look at the follies and perils of trying to tame the libido." Christopher Soden - Examiner.com
"MBS Productions serves up a frothy treat with Outrageous, Sexy, (nekkid) Romp...For those who’ve over-indulged in heavy theater, this gay parfait may be the perfect treat. Just remember: It’s a dish best enjoyed with an open mind." David Novinski, TheatreJones.com
Casey and Keith are happily partnered gay couple.Their placid lives are turned upside down when their drag queen friend Lovely Uranus is forced to move in and when Lara, an ex-girlfriend of Casey’s, comes to visit.Things get even more complicated as Keith suddenly discovers he is secretly attracted to Lara and may not be gay after all, but a closeted straight man!Can Keith keep his heterosexuality a secret?Will Casey find out?And what does Lovely Uranus have to say about it all?This outrageous, sexy, romp of a comedy is written by the same playwright who brought you The Column nominated play Adam and Eve in the Garden of Delights or Love, and Dream Café which was named as the Best play of the year by some critics.
There is nekkidness in it so you must be 18 or older to attend!