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Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

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Intimacy

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Closed March 8, 2014

Bradshaw's dialogue, a curious alloy of sketch-comedy deadpan and unfiltered tastelessness with flashes of poetic honesty, occupies a neatly plotted structure: the neighborhood comedy-drama.

TimeOut.com

Why See Intimacy?

A respectable American town is thrown into the deep end when a neighborhood pornography film turns relations sour. Centring on three families, the play explores what happens behind closed doors and between the sheets when issues of race, sex and what is acceptable collide.

The play is described offensive and outrageous by some and an intense examination of our era's obsession with sex and pornography by others. With scenes of masturbation, oral sex, and plenty of nudity it's certainly not for the fainthearted.

Intimacy is directed by Scott Elliott and written by Thomas Bradshaw.

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Dates

Opening night: 17 January 2014

Audience

May be inappropriate for those aged 18 years and under. Please note the play contains graphic scenes including nudity, sex and language, and there is also cigarette smoking throughout.

Run time

Two hours and 15 minutes with one 15 minute intermission

Cast and Creative

Cast

David Anzuelo
Austin Cauldwell
Ella Dershowitz as Janet
Laura Esterman
Daniel Gerroll as James
Dea Julia
Keith Randolph Smith

Creative

Playwright - Thomas Bradshaw
Director - Scott Elliott
Set designs by Derek McLane
Costumes by Scott Elliott
Lighting by Russell Champa
Sound by Shane Rettig

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