Mills Entertainment, in conjunction with Just For Laughs Group, presents a three week limited engagement of SPANK! The Fifty Shades Parody. E.L. James rocked the world with her erotic bestseller “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The novel is about a middle-age woman getting it on with a 25-year old, well-hung, wealthy, good looking philanthropist. This show imagines the writing process of the author. The buffoonery centers around E.B. Janet home alone with bottles of chardonnay. Her husband and her kids are gone for the weekend. E.B. Janet is determined to pen her own lusty, romantic fantasy to share with the world. SPANK! The Fifty Shades Parody talks dirty with comical results.
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Tags: A.M. Scheffler, Amanda Barker, C.J. Munch, Chicago theater, Drew Moerlein, E.L. James, Fifty Shades of Gray, Hugh Hanson, I.M. Macintyre, I.P. Whalen, J.A. Millan, J.S. Blair, Jim Millan, Just for Laughs Group, Katy Walsh, Michael Mills, Michelle Vezilj, Mills Entertainment, Paul Schnaittacher, post, Royal George Cabaret, Royal George Theatre, S.A. Moran, Tasha Woode