A Variety Show
Featuring scenes and songs about love, lust, and everything in between
Performances: December 1-4, 1999
Venue: Hagey Hall 180, Humanities Building
Wink, wink. Nudge, nudge. Have you heard? Sex, Lies and Other Stuff, a culmination of skits, scenes and songs, is about, well, if you haven't already guesses, relationships. The stories of this presentation weave a tale of love and hate, how these feelings can consume your soul, taking over your mind, your life. It is about passion, deceit, being in love, and other such things...
Sex, Lies and Other Stuff '99 is being organized by five individuals, all of whom were students at the University of Waterloo. The three producer are Erin Kell, Jay D'Aoust and Trevor Martin, with Melanie Klodt (production manager) and Stephen Bailey (stage manager) helping with organizing and maintaining status quo. There are several others that are assisting with backstage, such as Julie Blake (assistant stage manager), Greg Leclair (sound design), Darryl Gardner and Jamey Rosen (musician).
The entire production consited of over 20 sketches or tunes, and had several directors. These people and a few of their respective plays are, in alphabetical order, Erin Kell (Dear Amanda), Erik Weissengruber (Women beware Women), Jay D'Aoust (Julia and Bernardo, Dinner Date, Bi-Way, God's Plan), Julie Blake (Hostage), Paul Moukperian (Creation of the World & Other Business, Maggie's Last Dance), Trevor Copp (If You Go Away), Trevor Martin (140) and Ted Pegg (Summer & Soren). There are also other scenes or songs, such as The Importance of Being Earnest, Take Me or Leave Me, Memory of Water, The Red Balloon, Two Ladies, P.O.V, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, Registration and Night At The Disco (a big musical number).
All Proceeds went to Anselma House, home for distressed women, as well as a scholarship fund for the UWaterloo Drama department.