The Blue Room, a modern adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's La Ronde, depicts a daisy chain of ten sexual encounters between five women and five men, all portrayed by one actor and one actress. The play explores the power struggle and sexual dynamics between characters of different backgrounds. It is a bleak commentary on loveless sexm and basic human nature. The scenes take places in modern day London. The Blue Room pulls no punches as it examines sexual politics with total frankness. Note: though this play is intended to be performed by two actors, it can also be performed by ten.
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