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'3Some' is already out of the bag; new play kicks off August 1 Featured

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Freaky sex, the menage a trois and other acts of what would be considered perverted sex are not unknown to the general public in Jamaica. That cat’s out of the bag, and has been vigorously licking itself in public for quite some time now.

 

Tongues are already wagging in theatrical circles about the provocative new play, '3 Some'  which will kick off at the Phoenix Theatre in St Andrew, come August 1.
 
At first blush, '3Some' may appear to be your ultimate bedroom farce, but there are deeper subtexts hidden in this latest thought-provoking work by David Tulloch.
 
He calls his latest production,  a “domestic drama with erotic themes”.
 
“After we staged Risqué in 2012, we  realised that there was a certain market that wanted a follow-up,  so now,  we decided to satisfy the market with this new work which is equally provocative with a different story line with nudity, strong sexual content and profanity,” Tulloch said. 
 
He believes that although his play is enmeshed in complex sexual and gender politics, and sexual experimentation, the Jamaican society is ready for an intelligent, smart, self-perceptive play about a menage a trois gone wrong. 
 
"Based on how graphic dancehall has become, it is clear that the society is being fed a diet of experimental sexual situations so almost no one can come to this play and pretend they don't know what we are talking about, it is already out there," he said. 
 
 Tulloch plans to push boundaries which other plays have shied away from in the past. 
 
"Other plays such as Below the Waist, Foreplay have suggested that they would go there, and then back out, and leave the theatre-goers disappointed, we are going to take the risk, and people will gravitate towards it," he said. 
 
3Some takes a peek into the world of a businessman, played by Akeem Poyser, who suggests to his girlfriend (Melissa Mitchell and Sabrena Thomas alternate in the role) that they take their relationship to the next level. She believes this to be marriage, but instead he proposes that another woman, played by Carline Brown, be brought into the relationship which leads to, ahem, unforeseen complications.
 
"The moral of this story could be what one of the central characters say, 'be careful what you ask for, cause maybe you just can't handle it'," Tulloch, whose writing, producing and directing skills have been employed on theatrical works such as Bangarang, Not My Child, Prayer Partner and For My Daughter, said. 
 
3Some will play everyday from August 1 to 7, after which it will run on weekends only for the rest of the month. Go see it, its equal may be a long time in coming. 
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