The Big Easy Award-winning production company See 'Em On Stage presents the first show of their sixth season, LITTLE TICKLES: A NEW PLAY. Written by New Orleans native Natalie Kratochvil and directed by Big Easy Award-winning director Christopher Bentivegna, LITTLE TICKLES is a provocative, timely, and occassionally darkly humorous and often poignant tale of how one night and one decision can profoundly affect lives forever. Addressing issues of dating, recreational drug use, consent, and sexual assault, this production tackles a controversial and important topic that has dominated the national headlines.
LITTLE TICKLES stars multiple Big Easy Award nominated actress Kali Russell. It also stars Kamille McCuin and Matthew Martinez.
This full-length play will be presented on November 8, 11 (9pm), 17, 18, 24 & 25 (8pm) at The Art Garage, 2231 St. Claude Avenue, New Orleans, 70117. The Art Garage is a venue mostly known for providing a space for local visual artists and for private events but they are graciously opening their doors for the first time to a local theatre company for a full-length theatrical production.
The first two performances (November 8 & 11) will be part of the New Orleans Infringe Fest. Tickets for these performances only will be available on their website infringefest.com
and at the door. Tickets for these two performances are $10.
The remaining performances (November 17, 18, 24 & 25) will be available online: https://eventbrite.com/e/little-tickles-a-new-play-november-17-18-24-25-tickets-51227166835
or at seosaproductioncompany.com
Tickets for the second and third weekend are $15 online and $18 at the door.
In addition to writing, Natalie Kratochvil is also co-producing and set designer. Adam Waguespack is a co-producer and lighting designer. Andreina Byrne is contributing to production design and set fabrication. Andrew Dupuy is is the production press photographer.
*This production deals with mature adult subject matter and is not suitable for children under 17 years of age. It includes scenes of drug use and details a sexual assault. We feel that this is a very important story to be sharing with audiences right now but we want to provide every opportunity to be as sensitive and transparent as possible to potential audience members about issues that may trigger emotions that are extremely sensitive.