In the comedy, things get spicy when six women gather for an evening of poetry, movies and conversation. When one of the women mentions that she has brought along a video of The Vagina Monologues, the discussion goes from poetry to another P-word. "They're talking about things like their first times, what their mamas told them about sex, going down, and the difference between a vibrator and a dildo," says De Hart. The dialogue is provocative and a little raunchy, but De Hart says it isn't gratuitous. He did an all-male show called Dick Talk last summer (guess what that was about) and says that women playgoers asked for a female version. His next project will marry elements from Dick and Coochie; of course, we're all looking forward to that.
But first, he wants to shake audiences up with his current ribald show and its raunchy subject matter. "I have a theory that women are more risque in their conversation than men are," he says. "This is a peek into how they do talk to each other when guys aren't around." So just how nasty does it get? "Well, there's a line that one of the actresses, Cheray, just hates saying," De Hart says. "You'll have to see for yourself."
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