dirty sexy derby play

LRC announces its production of dirty sexy derby play, written by Louisville native Brian Walker.

A month after the devastating tornadoes of April 3rd, 1974, four couples attend a Derby Party to forget about their worries and indulge in their fantasies. Secrets are revealed, and lives are changed in this hilarious and bawdy play that could make David Mamet blush.

So forget about the cold, snowy winter, and get your Derby Party started early! Performances run March 6-15 at 7:30 PM in The Bard's Town Theatre. Call[masked] for reservations.

Written by Louisville native Brian Walker, dirty sexy derby play was originally produced to sold out crowds in August 2008 at the MeX Theatre, and a remount in 2012 was produced at The Bards Town Theatre.

Adult content and brief nudity; intended for mature audiences only

Get tickets here: http://site.lourep.com/

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  • Gary M.

    Funny, funny play. Definitely adult and definitely a product of the 80s. Definitely not politically correct.

    March 15, 2014

  • wendy23

    Im going to try to make this... been meaning to see it for awhile.

    March 13, 2014

  • laura w.

    Sorry---I cannot make it.

    March 13, 2014

  • Gary M.

    Just chatted with the director of the play. He says the play may be sold out if you wait until arriving Friday night. I highly encourage you to visit http://site.lourep.com to purchase tickets in advance.

    He will be looking for everyone's name so he can ensure we are seated together.

    March 13, 2014

  • Gary M.

    FYI, the play is general admission. I'll try and be early enough to reserve seats for all five of us. Look for the Meetup sign on the table.

    March 13, 2014

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