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musicals and operas · met theatre · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America

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SANDRA DARNEL June 06, 2016
PSYCHOSEXUAL is about love and relationships with unexpected twists & turns. Sexy, naughty fun, an uplifting message, wonderful songs and incredible talent. A great date night. Highly recommend! ... full review
JAMES CUDE June 16, 2016
A fun show with an amazingly talented cast. It’s a celebration of love that stays with you after you leave the theater. A must see. ... full review
ROBERT BURGOS June 17, 2016
Impressed.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 19, 2016
Very enjoyable evening out!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 19, 2016
It's was a really lovely experience . ... full review
TRENT HOPKINS June 12, 2016
tagged as: Hot Tamale
I enjoyed it ... full review
RICHARD MOYER June 16, 2016
the play was highly amusing and loaded with irony, glad I was invited... full review
tagged as: funny · delightful · Magical evening
A delightful, funny, full of laughs and good feeling leaving the show. The cast was magic. Chemistry between actors was wonderful. Everyone is so talented. I left the building singing to myself. Just a great way to spend the night.... full review
GYPSY HARTMAN June 07, 2016
This is a very amusing and totally entertaining, study of the marriage of two doctors, their famous TV therapist and the world of strip club owner and employees, highlighting their weaknesses and strengths, their avoidances and confrontations – all rolled up into a hilarious and very touching musical. Interesting sets along with super lyrics, voices and music. Each of the actors brings much depth to his or her character. Showstopper stripper was hysterical. You must see this!! ... full review
For a fun romp through the weirdness, wackiness and wonder of love, check out “Psychosexual: A Love Story.” It’s a wild time!... full review


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