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Spooge - The Sex & Love Monologues A full-length play
By
Joshua James

Spooge - The Sex & Love Monologues is a comic meditation on the sexual instinct, from Boys to Girls, Men to Women, Same-sex to Shoe-sex, from candlelit romance to straight-out humping. The Sex & Love Monologues has it all. SPOOGE is a lacerating, humorous examination of lust and love, a wacky sexual journey through the dirty thoughts everyone has but few will be willing to admit.

Cast Requirements

There are 22 individual monologues and 6 scenes that require two or more actors (usually four to six). Cast size of the show may vary depending on how you divide up the monologues and scenes; use as many actors as you wish. You can use few as nine actors or as many as twenty actors, preferably of different ages, shapes and colors.

Set Requirements

There are no set requirements. It can be performed on a bare stage.

Running time is 90 - 100 minutes, with no break or intermission.

Production History

Spooge - The Sex & Love Monologues has been produced Off-Off Broadway in various venues all around New York City. Read samples of the script and see pictures from one of the New York productions at a fanŐs website (http://spooged.tripod.com/). In February 2003 Spooge made its Midwestern debut at the Shelterbelt Theatre in Omaha, NE to cheering and appreciative audiences and was nominated for four Theatre Arts Guild Awards, including outstanding comedy/drama (for more information, www.shelterbelt.org). The Shelterbelt production of the play was directed by Don Nguyen.

Review

"A sprightly, well-crafted divertissement . . . the writing is crisp and clever . . . This is a tasty little show . . . genuinely clever bits, like the saga of an over-aged dominatrix and a lot of giggly naughty stuff with a frat-boy feel that is nevertheless quite well written." Martin Denton - NYTHEATRE.COM - Nov 2001.

Venus
As for Cupid, what good could he possibly be anyway, the little snotnose brat is still in DIAPERS, he hasn't even been toilet-trained! How could he know about love, he doesn't even have pubic hair! Of course, the Big Jughead dotes on the spoiled little shit so yeah, let's give him a job he can fuck up. And fuck it up he does, always, like the time he made some mortal man fall in love with a chicken as a goof and than it spread like disease, all these mortals humping chicken everywhere. And I get called in, what's with the chicken-humping? How should I know, ask the little giggling midget about the birds, I just work here.

Spooge is published by Original Works Publishing, for information on performance rights or to get a copy of the play, please visit their website at -

www.originalworksonline.com

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