COCK

WRITTEN BY MIKE BARTLETT
STREAMING EARLY 2021
DIRECTED BY DAVID MUSE

John breaks up with his boyfriend of seven years. Two weeks later, he’s desperate to be taken back—but can’t stop sleeping with the woman he started seeing in their weeks off. In a world with so many ways to be happy, how do you know the right thing when you have it? A sexy, conflicted look at attraction, ambivalence, and commitment. David Muse remakes his 2014 Helen Hayes-award winning production for the camera. 

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Part of Studio In Frame, two plays reconceived for our current moment, filmed with multiple cameras at Studio and broadcast digitally, these productions offer the chemistry and intensity of in-the-room performance while keeping artists and audiences safe. Streaming in early 2021.

Studio Theatre's 2020-2021 season is made possible through the generosity of Season Sponsors Susan and Dixon Butler; Mark Epstein and Amoretta Hoeber; Jean and David Grier; Albert Lauber and Craig Hoffman; Robert and Arlene Kogod; Joan and David Maxwell; Teresa and Dan Schwartz; Linda and Steve Skalet; Bobbi and Ralph Terkowitz.

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A sizzling seriocomedy...a crackling play, staged with acerbic brio at Studio Theatre.
Washington Post
Cock, the pugilistic, punch-drunk comedy… that sears you with snark while ripping your heart out.
DC Theatre Scene
Hilarious...one can sense the playwright in the center of the ring, slyly asking, are you not entertained?
Washington City Paper