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Talk Sexxxy: the not so sexy journal of a phone sex operator

Presented by the 2014 MayworksHalifax Festival

Mercredi Avril 30 2014
- 9:00pm
Vendredi Mai 2 2014

Venue: The Bus Stop Theatre
Address: 2203 Gottingent St
Cost: $10
Accessibility: Yes

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Written by Lee-Anne Poole
Performed by Stephanie MacDonald

“…shocking, disgusting and laugh-out-loud funny.” -The Coast

Talk Sexxxy looks at the perverse and private fantasy lives of the phone sex industry. Listening in on these private and anonymous calls for a company that proclaims, “No Taboos, Hardcore Phone Sex!” through the ears of a new phone sex operator and a regular caller.

“…a story that hooks you from the beginning and haunts you when you leave.” -The Coast

The creation of Talk Sexxxy was generously supported by Arts Nova Scotia and Plutonium Playhouse.

Stephanie MacDonald
Stephanie is an actor based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is a graduate of  Dalhousie University’s Acting Program. Select theatre credits include: Communion, Ann (Robert Merritt Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role), Short Skirt Butch, Jean (named one of Halifax’s top ten plays of 2011 by The Coast Magazine). Top Girls,Shona/Kit (LunaSea Theatre), Kinky Kitten Club, Kristie (Plutonium Playhouse), Antigone, Antigone (Angels&Heroes).
Silver Recipient – Actress: Best of Halifax 2012, The Coast, and the 2013 recipient of The Mayor’s Award for Emerging Theatre Artist.

Lee-Anne Poole
Lee-Anne is a writer and arts producer from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Most recently, Lee-Anne wrote and performed Country Song at The Queer Acts Theatre Festival in Halifax. Other plays include: Short Skirt Butch, Splinters, and The Obedients.  Lee-Anne is the 2012 recipient of The Mayor’s Award for Emerging Theatre Artist.


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