Interesting Off-Broadway Succubish Play…

I came across this interesting blurb about an off-Broadway play in New York…

Vampire Lesbians of Sodom

Baruch Performing Arts Center

55 Lexington Ave.


Charles Busch’s fantastic send-up of vampiric tales and actress’s vanity. The story begins in Sodom, transports us to 1920’s Hollywood, and drops us on a modern stage. The rivalry begins in Sodom where a guard is lamenting his social life and a succubus is awaiting a sacrificial virgin. The virgin is turned into a succubus and a 2000 year battle of feminine wiles, toothy marks, and blackmail ensues. It is a hilarious love-hate relationship that sustains them both. Mon.-Fri., 8; Sat., 7 & 10. (Through 6/26)

This sounds like it could be an interesting night out if for no other reason than to see just how far off the Succubus legends this is taken. I think that there is a good possibility that the reviewer used Succubus in the wrong manner in their description….

However, we can hope that is it accurate…

If anyone does happen to see it before the close this Friday, could you please leave a mini-review?

Thanks much!



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    • James on June 24, 2009 at 2:39 pm

    I’m afraid I won’t get to the City before Friday, so this play is right out **ponders how to get a copy of the script . . . FF and I could fix up the barn and we could put on a show! :mrgreen: **

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    • Derek on June 24, 2009 at 10:48 pm

    He’s probably got Succubi and vampires mixed up. Which is odd because that never happens. 😉

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