Whiskey Dixie & The Big Wet Country is a raunchy outlaw-country musical about a sexually frustrated cowgirl looking for a good time who finds herself on a tragicomic ride from hell and will do whatever it takes to get off.
Brain-child of award-winning and Grammy-nominated songwriter, Amanda Richards, this is the tawdry tale of Whiskey Williams, played by Richards' herself, a voluptuous vixen who beats off the demons of her past through humor and radical honesty.
If you've ever longed to hear country songs about STD’s, premature ejaculation or how to properly go down on a woman you will love instant classics like "Come Too Quick" or "Save a Cow, Eat a Cowgirl.”
Directed, by Serah Pope, it's hard to believe that a show this vulgar and poignant was written, directed and crewed entirely by women. The story pokes fun at many sexual taboos, hot topics and playfully navigates the currents of the present-day American patriarchy while encouraging audiences to seize the day and "Grab Life by the Pussy."