The play we watched was an ancient Greek comedy called Lysistrata written by Aristophanes in 411 B.C. It about the attempts of the titled character to convince the women of Greece to try to stop the Peloponnesian War. Her plot was to impose a sex boycott on the warring soldiers from both sides of the battle until they agreed to make peace. The bawdy premise was played to the hilt as the women strutting around seductively and the randy, but sexually spurned returning warriors pacing around in frustration with literally foot-long erections.
Secondly we found it really difficult to hear in this outdoor venue where the actors were not miked. Although they tried valiantly to project their voices, it was difficult to compete with the nearby street and other ambient noises. Small wireless mikes would have solved this issue but perhaps the budget is not big enough for these small productions.