What begins as a normal audition turns into an increasingly seductive battle for power in the award-winning Venus in Fur. Inspired by the notorious 1870 erotic novel of the same name, David Ives' saucy and sensational play pits actress against playwright in a virtuosic display of seduction, cruelty and gamesmanship. As the action shifts between the audition and the play within the play, the two engage in a kinky game of cat and mouse. Among the most acclaimed -- and most provocative -- new plays in recent Broadway history, Venus in Fur brilliantly blurs the lines between fantasy and reality, seduction and power, love and sex. Now the Main Street Theater heats up with the comedy that The New York Times called "good, kinky fun." See this Prague Shakespeare Company production in Houston's Rice Village.