Play offers laughs for adult audiences

Chris Bise, as Bernie, and Sondra Hinman, as Joan, run lines for “Sexual Perversity in Chicago” during a scene in which their characters decide to dance. The Capital City Players’ dinner theater production starts today.

Chris Bise, as Bernie, and Sondra Hinman, as Joan, run lines for “Sexual Perversity in Chicago” during a scene in which their characters decide to dance. The Capital City Players’ dinner theater production starts today. Photo by Kelley McCall.

Rob Crouse knows theater fans might not be familiar with the name of the Capital City Players’ new show, “Sexual Perversity in Chicago.”

That’s why he is glad they can have the 1986 film “About Last Night” with which they can identify.

Both the play and the film depict the lives of four friends, Danny, Debbie, Bernie and Joan, as they try to navigate the perils of relationships and, in some cases, break-ups in the 1980s.

The show will run this week from Thursday through Sunday and again May 5-8.

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