Red Curtain’s ‘Body Awareness,’ a dark comedy, makes you think

The play touches on issues such as sexuality, infidelity, body image, nudity in art and censorship.

Family dynamics are on display as Joyce (Erin Carter, center) pleads with her son Jared (Jayce Leavitt) to apologize to Phyllis (Cara Thomas, left) in Red Curtain’s production of “Body Awareness,” showing through Feb. 4 in Marysville. (Peter Eartheart)

Family dynamics are on display as Joyce (Erin Carter, center) pleads with her son Jared (Jayce Leavitt) to apologize to Phyllis (Cara Thomas, left) in Red Curtain’s production of “Body Awareness,” showing through Feb. 4 in Marysville. (Peter Eartheart)

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