Controversial, provocative and bitingly funny, David Mamet's classic 1974 play Sexual Perversity in Chicago is a play about four young people looking for love.
The Chicago singles scene is a hotbed of opportunity for Danny (Matthew Perry) and his friend Bernie (Hank Azaria), two red-blooded males playing the mating and dating game. Bars, libraries, beaches – they'll go anywhere that the women are – the very places frequented by smart girls like Joan (Minnie Driver) and Deborah (Kelly Reilly).
Matthew Perry is best-known for his Emmy-nominated role as Chandler Bing in the international hit comedy series Friends. Oscar-nominated actress Minnie Driver is one of the UK's most successful film actresses, having appeared in Good Will Hunting, Grosse Pointe Blank and Circle of Friends. Triple Emmy Award-winner Hank Azaria provides some of the key character voices for The Simpsons, whilst his film roles include The Birdcage and Quiz Show. Kelly Reilly is one of Britain's most versatile stage actresses and has appeared in The Graduate, The London Cuckolds and Blasted.
Written by David Mamet and produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, Mark Rubinstein, Sally Greene for Old Vic Productions.