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Provocative, funny, and terrifying describe VIRGINS DIE HORNY, a new theatrical production in the making. Experience the story of Katie, a 38-year old woman married for the third time in ten years. Jimmy, her second husband crashes the honeymoon, drunk and suicidal, holding Katie and her new husband, James, hostage by threatening to detonate the dynamite that he has stitched into an orange life jacket that he is wearing under his coat. Meanwhile, Jimmy has secretly arranged for Jamie, Katie’s first husband to join them as well. So by the end of the first act, poor Katie finds herself held hostage on her honeymoon with all three of her husbands – past and present!

Written over twenty years ago, VIRGINS DIE HORNY, is finally about to be realized thanks to a crowd-funding campaign currently featured on Indiegogo.com.

Sal Cesare’s daring new drama that takes you into a distorted world where relationships between lovers and friends are put to the ultimate test. Risky and wild. Thoughtful and heart-wrenching. Manic and disorienting. This play in not for the timid or the faint of heart. VIRGINS DIE HORNY will premier (with your help) at London’s Courtyard Theatre for a four week run (October-November, 2014.)

An American ex-pat living in London, Cesare describes his play as a “cocaine-fuelled, alcohol-drenched roller coaster ride through the tangled relationships tenuously held by Katie and her three husbands, past and present – Jamie, Jimmy, and now James.”

The second act is a terrifying and sometimes funny tour de force that builds to the reluctant disclosure of a carefully kept and devastating secret that all three husbands have agreed to keep from Katie. With gritty writing and genuinely funny moments this is a play audiences won’t soon forget – but it has to happen first. This will only happen if crowd-funding goals are met through the production’s Indiegogo fundraising campaign (www.indiegogo.com).

Written and directed by Sal Cesare, VIRGINS DIE HORNY, features a stellar cast of seasoned actors and designers. Helen Rose Hampton plays Katie. Henry Rylands, plays dynamite-toting Jimmy, with Romanos Kassimis and Neil Hobbs as James and Jamie, husbands’ numbers three and one respectively.

Cesare explains that “the majority of Off-West End shows do not pay their actors and technicians.” He adds that, “We are the exception. I think it is critically important to pay our actors, designers and technicians. We are asking the public-at-large to support these very talented artists in this truly unique theatrical endeavour.”

There are plenty of perks offered to contributors. The producers just need £30,000 to bring VIRGINS DIE HORNY to the London stage for the four-week run.

Donations will help secure the space and ensure these talented actors get paid for doing a fantastic job. “Approximately 60% of this budget will allow us to pay our very talented cast designers and crew at the recommended Equity scale.”

This is not something that is usually done in London’s Off-West End theatre community.

The modest budget allows them to hire The Courtyard Theatre, in London’s popular Shoreditch area. It will also help generate some media buzz and enable the play to transfer to a larger theatre. Every donation brings this dream closer.

Be a part of a truly unique theatrical endeavour. Share the links widely. Contribute generously, See the show.


Campaign details:
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Company Name: Virgins Die Horny
Contact Person: Salvatore Cesare
Email: sal7503@hotmail.co.uk
Country: United States
Website: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/virgins-die-horny-a-play-by-sal-cesare

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