A Fifty Shades parody that's targeted at women looking to have a night of laughs.
"Spank is edgier and we've sold 1700 tickets, so there is a group looking for that kind of entertainment and we'll continue to bring that," said Washington Pavilion President Larry Toll.
250 of those people have never been to the Pavilion before.
"That's part of our Your's, Mine, and Our's campaign to make the Pavilion available for everyone," said Toll.
Spank will take the stage Thursday night. Next week, the Graduate will play the Pavilion for two nights.
"What we really need to do is bring in a variety and sometimes these shows are edgy. Sometimes that plays out where some people don't like that. And, we understand that," said Toll.
With an audience that spans all ages, the Pavilion won't be straying from its family friends shows. It's simply taking a few nights to entertain it's more mature audiences.
"We have to try to appeal to those different audiences. We have to bring things in, and you can't find one show that everybody loves. So, it's about variety."
If you're interested in attending Spank click on this link: https://www.washingtonpavilion.org/Online/default.asp?doWork::WScontent::loadArticle=Load&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::article_id=C35934C2-7CFE-46EA-87D3-0CE54F7F954A
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