Smut by Alice Jay From Jun 16th through Jul 15th, 2007From GableStage Theatre at the Biltmore Hotel comes a new play entitled Smut, written by Alice Jay in collaboration with GableStage’s Artistic Director Joe Adler. The play is set in old New York where the architect of repression has outlawed abortion, contraception and books. Three women a reformer, an immigrant and a wife dare to defy him. This play is inspired by the real-life collision of sexual educator Ida Craddock and America’s national censor, Anthony Comstock. When one man decides what the laws should be, liberties are trampled, voices are silenced and there is no choice. For more information, please call: 305.445.1119
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