Virgin is a one-woman show written and performed by Canadian artist Alyson Renaldo. The play chronicle’s a woman’s abrupt growth and maturity when she examines her relationship to God, sex, purity and love. In the brain equivalent of Groundhog Day, she continually concludes that her life is missing something, that is, until one strange moment changes everything.
We are invited to laugh and identify with the human experience of abundance. We relish the opportunity to explore the "problem of plenty" and imagine the many funny ways we would handle it. Virgin explores the conundrum of perceived lack. What do we do when we feel empty? How do we meet that challenge? And how funny are some of the solutions we devise to fill the void?
Virgin is directed by Alyson Renaldo and Chris DeCarlo, co-artistic director of Santa Monica Playhouse.
Virgin is playing at the Aki Studio Theatre (250-585 Dundas Street East Toronto, ON M5A 2B7) until April 14, 2019 with performances Tuesday through Sunday.