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Play about asexuality staged in Vancouver

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Identity, pornography and retro-glam are among the themes being explored by current and former Tri-City performers at this month’s Vancouver Fringe Festival.

A handful of local actors are in the plays — many of them opening tomorrow (Thursday) — with stories ranging from the thought-provoking to the bizarre.

September 4, 2019 — https://www.tricitynews.com/entertainment/weird-wacky-and-wonderful-fringe-plays-1.23935860

 

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She told The Tri-City News she was inspired to pen the play based on her real-life discovery of asexuality. The show “is more about a journey than finding a concrete solution,” she said, noting viewers within the asexual spectrum have been “empowered” by her character."

Does this mean that the play about the girl named Zoe is about asexuality?

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That's interesting that there's one being staged.

 

I tried writing a short play, around few years ago, where an asexual character casually came out to their friends (it wasn't the main focus of the play), but no theatre accepted it.

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