The Walla Walla Summer Stage Festival includes What They Said About Sex presented on the main stage at Gesa Power House Theatre on Saturday, August 7 at 6:00 p.m.
Steve Budd wondered what other people knew about sex that he didn’t. So he asked them.
Meet a gay man, a polyamorous woman, a trans man, and an octogenarian, and take a wild tour of their stories, struggles, and secrets—and Steve’s. Satisfy your voyeuristic tendencies about what other people do between the sheets. And be among the first to see the newest mashup of personal storytelling and verbatim theater from an award-winning solo performer who “sparkles with manic and irrepressible charm” (Theatrius).
“Budd is a skilled actor who controls the stage with grace.”
Steve Budd is an actor, writer, storyteller, standup comic, and award-winning solo performer living in Oakland, California. He has trained at The Marsh in S.F. and with The Groundlings in L.A. Originally from Boston, Steve has performed with the San Francisco Playhouse, Custom Made Theatre, New Conservatory Theatre Center, Central Works, Impact Theatre, Marin Shakespeare, Wheelock Family Theater, The Theater at Monmouth, and The English Theatre Company of Israel.
Reserved seating tickets ($15) are available online or by calling the box office at 509-529-6500.
The Walla Walla Summer Stage Festival receives support from:
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