The Oy of Sex Comes to Hollywood

 The Oy of Sex is playing June 23-26, 2016


at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.


Get tickets here!

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Recipe for Disaster: Take 1 virgin, 2 boyfriends, several dozen lovers, half a dysfunctional family, and 1 comedian. Bake 15 years, and sprinkle a pinch of love. Serve hot, and, voila! You have the sizzling one-woman show, The Oy of Sex, delectable and hilarious. A laugh-out-loud-til-your-cheeks-hurt story of sex, drugs… and more sex.

Alicia Dattner – The Oy of Sex: A “Romantic” Comedy

Trailer for the award-winning solo show from comedian Alicia Dattner which premiered at The Marsh in San Francisco in 2014. Dattner was voted “Best Comedian” in the SF Weekly last year.

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PRESS QUOTES:

“Alicia poured herself and her comic soul into a very tight pair of jeans. She was as charming as she was alarming. I left feeling shocked, entertained, thoughtful and happy that I have had none of these problems – NOT!”

— Diana Prince, NYC

“Ultimately, laughter culminates in compassion rather than a mindless hangover. Dattner’s act is thoughtful, hilarious, and very brave. She offers up intimate detail from her sexual resume, and reveals secrets of her desires, flaws and insecurities. That takes guts, and I admire Dattner her courage. Her act drives home a touching and beautiful message: to love and appreciate people because of their fears and insecurities. Amen!”

— Ken Kaisser, Theater is Easy

“Alicia’s honesty, charm, good writing and high energy make this one a winner.”

— Leslie DiLeo, Off Off Online

AUDIENCE REVIEWS:

“Her relationship history from a woman’s perspective is so refreshing. Her raw vulnerability was powerful… and God it’s funny!” -S. R.

“Tender, funny, poignant, and surprisingly, life-changing.” -A. J.

“I can’t believe you said that on stage. In front of people.” -Alicia’s Parents

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