Is That How Clowns Have Sex? A One-Woman Queer Clown Sex Ed Show
by Maximaliste Productions
Maximaliste Productions - Montreal, QC
V.11 - Centennial Concert Hall - Rehearsal Hall 
Two-time Montreal Spirit of the Fringe Award winner (2016/17), Montreal’s Best Kisser (2015) and certified sexpert Fiona Clark stars as Ms. Beatrice Haven (who knows nothing about sex, and finds it rather stressful). Watch as she struggles to navigate sexual education, her own sexuality and dental dams. Hopefully, you’ll learn something. SOLD OUT: Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver Fringes "Clark's charisma and charm fill the entire room, making you almost forget that what you’re watching is actually educational." 4 STARS - Gig City, Edmonton

Fiona Clark

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12
$10 Self-identified members of the queer community and Indigenous people


Parental Guidance

No warnings

Thu July 18 12:00 PM*
*(2 for $12)
Sat July 20 10:45 PM
Sun July 21 7:15 PM
Mon July 22 12:00 PM
Tue July 23 3:30 PM
Thu July 25 9:00 PM
Sat July 27 5:30 PM
Sun July 28 7:00 PM

Is That How Clowns Have Sex? A One-Woman Queer Clown Sex Ed Show

Maximaliste Productions—Centennial Concert Hall – Rehearsal Hall

Part clown show, part remedial sex ed lesson. The performer’s heartfelt and earnest performance really sells the show, and paired with the awkward humor obligatory to the concept, there’s a frightened chuckle a minute. Be forewarned, the show relies heavily on audience participation, and with a bad crowd, as this reviewer had, the experience could easily be negatively impacted.

Josh Fidelak

Maximaliste Productions

Is That How Clowns Have Sex? A One-Woman Queer Clown Sex Ed Show—

Certified Sexpert Fiona Clark stars as Ms. Beatrice Haven. Have no fear, Ms. Beatrice is here (and knows an average amount about sex, but frankly, finds it quite mystifying). But it’s okay, she has her experiences…and is a certified teacher…and knows how to fake it…but what the junk is a dental dam?

“Not to be missed!” (Toronto Star)

“[…] a teacher able to make you sit up straight and often double over.” (Jim Burke, Montreal Gazette)