South City Players Guild takes a very intimate look at desire, attraction, ambition and the struggles we
face when the past prevents us from reinventing ourselves in this classic and controversial work.
LOSANGELES – When it comes to what we desire most in our lives, there are two important
questions that we need to answer: How far will we go to get what we want, and will we be the
same person if we do?
Those issues are at the heart of the passionate, poignant and nationally acclaimed Sex With
Strangers, produced by the South City Players Guild at the Stephanie Feury Theater this June as
part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival.
In Sex With Strangers, failed novelist Olivia meets Ethan, a celebrated (and much younger)
writer made famous by his sexcapade tell-all blog, at a snowbound bed and breakfast, and
their mutual attraction quickly gets hot and heavy. As a weekend tryst develops into a long-
term romance, their personal and professional lives collide. Ethan seeks legiti