Why See Steambath?
The Classic Comedy
A black comedy with a metaphysical twist, Bruce Jay Friedman's Steambath begins normally enough, with a cast of characters lounging away the day in a New York steam room. As the action continues however, it becomes clear that this particular steam room may not be what it first appears to be - it may in fact be the afterlife. In which case, how did everyone get here and isn't heaven meant to look a bit more wondrous than this?
Steambath originally opened Off-Broadway in 1970, directed by Psycho star Anthony Perkins, and caused quite a stir for its strong language, take on religion and brief nudity. This Odyssey Theatre production is directed by Ron Sossi.
Opening night: 17 October 2018
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