Sometimes a spoiler is unavoidable — unlike an iceberg in the North Atlantic. Take “Titanic,” for example, no matter how cheery the story, you know the ship is eventually going to sink and leave a handsome young protagonist floating frozen in the dark waters. 

Producer Ronnie Larsen has extended the run of Robert Chesley’s risqué drama “Jerker” at the Foundry at Wilton Theater Factory and he’s opened the first clothing-optional performance to the public on March 13 at 8 p.m., courtesy of the men’s naturist group, the WildFyre Society.

In the clothing sorting area at the Poverello Thrift Store, “Uncle Al” has become a regular fixture, volunteering his time four mornings a week for well over a year now.

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