What? Eastbay Again?

I swear I live in SF and aren’t just posing re: living here but really am a EBay mole.
Something else nifty:
Impact Theatre’s production of “Fluffy Bunnies in a Field of Daisies,” running
Thursdays-Saturdays now through October 2, at 8pm.
“Fluffy Bunnies in a Field of Daisies,” by Matt Chaffee, is a comedy
about men, women, and the Virgin-Whore complex. Nick loves Tessa. She’s
a whore. He thinks she’s a virgin. Baby Boy loves Yvonne. She’s
confused. He thinks she’s a whore. Jennifer loves Tommy. Tommy thinks
she’s a whore. She tries to convince him she’s a virgin. And Lindsay?
Well, in the immortal words of Tone-Loc, she gets paid to do the wild
thing. Frankly sexual, bitingly honest, and shockingly funny, Fluffy
Bunnies shoots an unforgiving look at misconceptions and game-playing.
The show was a huge hit in Los Angeles and is making its Bay Area debut
at Impact.
Impact Theatre
The details:
Aug 27-Oct 2, Thu-Sat 8pm
La Val’s Subterranean, 1834 Euclid, Berkeley
Sounds highly topical when you’ve lived in SF for a while.

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