Have you ever had this sensation?!?

"It's always Wednesday, I find. Smack in the middle of the week. With nothing to look forward to, but...."

Written by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Melissa D'Anna, Assistant Director Marissa Cheifetz
Technically Directed by Kirsten Fukayama
Produced by Chris Hamilton

Performances will be held at the Agganis Student Theater at 925Commonwealth Avenue (right in the alleyway between FitRec and theArena) on:
Thursday, April 12th at 8pm
Friday, April 13th at 8pmSaturday,
April 14th at 8pm

Tickets will be $6 for General Admission and $5 for Stage Troupe Members.

IN THE NEXT ROOM OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY takes place during the dawn of electricity, and thanks to "Benjamin Franklin and his electrical key" a new invention has been manufactured to help cure "hysteria" in women. This radical invention is know as....the VIBRATOR.

Soon women (and men) from all over are visiting the renowned scientist Dr. Givings, and are beginning to experience sensations they have never felt before. With just the flick of a switch emotions reach new heights and new life has emerged. Yet, this play isn't just about the perks of technology, it is also about love, something Thomas Edison could never invent!

This insanely hilarious production is one you must see to believe!! Get ready for the excitement and the passion and see what all the BUZZ is about!

At the THURSDAY performance, Good Vibrations will have a booth set up in the lobby of the Student Theater complete with antique vibrators and catalogs of their merchandise. ALONG WITH THAT, they will be holding a $2 raffle at intermission (you must be $18+ to enter) with prizes ranging up to $150 in cash value!!! (Maybe someone will get a nifty piece of machinery for "home use...")

For more information on this amazing store, check them out at goodvibes.com, on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter @GoodVibesToys!! And be sure to check out this show any of the other two nights as well!

"Why don't you come see me in the operating theater. The electricity is back on..."