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Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Neil Simon’s 1969 thigh-slapper follows the nebbish Barney Cashman, a middle-aged married man desperate to join the sexual revolution while he still can. Despite his adulterous naiveté and reverse-pole animal magnetism, Barney decides to play the field and see how many fish the sea truly holds, resulting in a parade of red faces, misunderstandings, and conversations about depth-finders. Skewering both Barney’s sense of sexual identity and his failure to live up to it, the play presents a ribald good time at the expense of one man in the midst of a lustful crisis.
Past rows of seats covered in crimson, past a red carpet that brings out the auditorium's regality, past a centerpiece chandelier that dangles from the ceiling with the quiet grace of a toddler climbing out of her crib, is a stage. Upon this stage, the Zeiterion Theatre explores the performing arts, hosting national and international performers who enlighten the community to other cultures and inspire the younger population to actively participate in the arts. Every year, Zeiterion, lovingly known as "The Z," also provides 5,000 free tickets to children and families with low incomes, working to make arts more accessible to all.