REVIEW: The House that F*cks

Just as George Burns did in his classic sitcom, Lilith steps out of the play to address the audience.

By Jean-Paul Fournier

Lilith Fair is a comic tour de force.

The House that F*cks is an unapologetic, unfiltered, and undeniably hilarious adult homage to family sitcoms of the 50s, like I love Lucy and The Burns and Allen Show.

Writer/director Zachary Parsons-Lozinski (Lilith Fair) plays the titillating lead, Susan Koontz, a suburban housewife, who wishes to win her community dance competition and ends up travelling down a road of sexual self discovery. Combined with two vibrant supporting performers, Spenser Pasman and Morgan Smith, the trio present a perfect parody of 50’s radio and television sitcoms with a splash of pornography. Just as George Burns did in his classic sitcom, Lilith steps out of the play to address the audience, explaining the origin of the play and how topics brought forwards affected her in real life, bringing the show some flair, enlightenment, and finishing with some inspiring words of wisdom and hope.

The House that F*cks is a laugh-out-loud riot. It also accomplishes in making Toucan Sam a sex symbol. So, hats off to you, Lilith Fair.

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