The new Polyamory Weekly #155: Multiple O is up! Direct download is at Poly Weekly #155

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0:00 Introduction and host chat
Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to; friend me on Twitter and answer questions about what you want on the show, call 206-202-POLY with comments or discuss your own topics at the new FORUMS at

2:04 Setup for the review
Minx and FencerT went to see “Multiple O”, a play playing in Madison’s Broom Street Theater based on the book The Ethical Slut by by Dossie Easton and Catherine A. Liszt.

2:45 Review of Multiple O
Minx discusses her impressions of the play along with some paticular scenes she wanted to call out. Some of the scenes were quite arousing, funny and sexy at the same time–quite unusual. However, the local Isthmus reviewer was not as impressed by the play. Some of the points the reviewer brought out were valid but “not sexy?!? Please! This play was hot as hell!

8:10 Interview with cast and crew of “Multiple O”
The cast discusses what brought them to doing this play and other issues around production.
17:30 John, the writer and director, talks about the inspiration for the play and some of the challenges in making it.
25:20 The cast discusses what they took away from being part of this play.

31:20 Cast controversy
The production of “Multiple O” hit some interesting snags. Minx investigates what caused some of the original cast members to leave the production.
32:13 Minx discusses the controversy around the safe sex and safe acting practices of the production, including snippets of an interview with Kimberly, an original cast member who left the show.
35:08 Wrap-up of the play with some praises and final criticisms.

36:05 Wrap up: The Wet Spots sing “I Want to Come”
We leave you with The Wet Spots singing “I Want To Come”.

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