Made-Up Theatre Company is Lauren, Alicja and Diarmuid - three acting school students who have decided
to set off for the big theatre world with their first production - "The Maids" by Jean Genet.

Just across from The Gate Theatre... find a little street and proceed to our Madame's mansion, where two maids will be
playing their secret games thinking that they are on their own and nobody is watching...

Hello Operator Studios, 12 Rutland Place, Dublin 1

Thursday, 14 October 2010, 8:30pm
Friday, 15 October 2010, 8:30pm
Saturday, 16 October 2010, 8:30pm
Sunday, 17 October 2010, 7:30pm

tickets: €15 , €12 (students), group discounts also available
(we strongly encourage to pre-book your tickets as the number of seats is quite limited)

phone: 083 390 4612 (please, leave a message)

Tuesday, August 31, 2010


Sadomasochism is a paraphilia that combines both sadistic and masochistic sexual behavioral patterns. The main characteristic of sadomasochism is the eroticizing of pain.

What appears to the outsider to be painful, even very painful, is experienced as somewhat painful but mostly pleasurable and very sexually arousing to the sadomasochist.

The sadist in the sadomasochistic pair is the person who inflicts the pain or punishment; the masochist is the person who submits to the pain, humiliation or control of his or her partner.

Sadomasochistic sexual encounters usually occur in the context of scripted scenes that simulate interactions between master or mistress and slave, employer and servant-maid, teacher and student, owner and horse or dog, and parent and child.

Sadomasochism — Alternating Roles

Sadomasochists tend to alternate between the masochistic and sadistic roles. In milder form, without overt cruelty or bodily punishment, dominance and submissive behaviors may be found in many relationships, or may be an element of fantasy life.

Although sadomasochistic acts in their extreme forms can be physically and psychologically dangerous, the majority of people engaging in these behaviors do so with an understanding of the risks and stay within carefully predetermined limits.

Source: Discovery Health

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