I Know What Boys Want

Author: Penny Jackson

I Know What Boys Want

Description: A high school girl discovers that this week's Internet sensation is a video of her having sex and is determined to handle this crisis alone.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2013
Date Added: 3/27/2013
Content Advisory: Strong language. Sexual situations
1 Act, 87 Minutes
5 Females, 3 Males

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Keywords: Adaptations · Characters are Mostly Young Adults · Coming of Age · Drama · Large Cast Size · Literature and Writing · Mostly Female Characters · Non-traditional/Non-narrative/Experimental/Post-dramatic · Philosophy · Politics · Pop Culture · Pornography · Sex · Social Issues · True Stories

This play is in the following collections: Ego Actus · Plays and Playwrights 2014

Original Production Information

I Know What Boys Want was first presented by Ego Actus at the WorkShop Theater, New York City, on March 28, 2013, with the following cast and credits:

Vicky: Sara Hogrefe.
Margaret: Dara O’Brien
Lin: Janice Amano
Emma: Kimberly Diamond
Hannah: Lauren D. Salvo
Roger: Liam Rhodes
Ted: Teddy Lytle
Oliver: Nick Vennekotter

Director: Joan Kane.
Set: Starlet Jacobs
Costumes: Cat Fisher
Lighting: Bruce A! Kraemer
Sound: Ian Wehrle
Stage manager: Kim Marie Jones
Fight choreographer: Andrew Kenneth Moss
Graphics: Alexis Camp
Press representative: Scotti Rhodes Publicity

I Know What Boys Want had its off-Broadway premiere at The Lion Theater at Theatre Row on July 16, 2015, with the following cast and credits:

Vicky Walker: Olivia Scott
Margaret Walker: Lue McWilliams
Roger Chase: Alex Esola
Lin Chang: Kelsey Wang
Emma; Molly Collier
Hannah Schoen: Charlotte Froyland
Oliver Bourne: Jesse Shane Bronstein
Ted Heller: Alexander Nifong
Ensemble: Phoebe Torres, Lori Lused, Meghan St. Thomas, Joshua Spencer

Directed by Joan Kane
Produced by Ego Actus
Casting by Robin Carus
Fight Choreography: Al Foote III
Scenic Desgn: Davud Goldstein
Costume Design: Caitlin Cisek
Lighting Design: Dennis Parity
Sound Design: Andy Evan Cohen
Projection Design: Jim Marlow
Stage Manager: Tyler Winthrop
Public Relations: Susan L. Schulman