Next Fall BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
March 11, 2010
Closing:
July 4, 2010

Theater: Helen Hayes Theatre / 240 West 44th Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

Geoffrey Nauffts' Next Fall takes a witty and provocative look at faith, commitment and unconditional love. While the play's central story focuses on the 5-year relationship between Adam and Luke, Next Fall goes beyond a typical love story. This timely and compelling new American play forces us all to examine what it means to "believe" and what it might cost us not to.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Next Fall

    Leaps of Faith to Transcend Urban Angst

    Ben Brantley

    March 11, 2010: A flourishing member of a precious and nearly extinct species has been sighted on Broadway, looking remarkably vital and sure of itself for a creature so often given up for dead. “Next Fall,” which opened Thursday night at the Helen Hayes Theater, is that genuine rara avis, a smart, sensitive and utterly contemporary New York comedy. The question now is whether theatergoers will recognize that “Next Fall” embodies something they’ve been sorely missing, perhaps without knowing it, for years.

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  • ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW OF Next Fall

    Question of faith explored in 'Next Fall'

    March 11, 2010: It's a quandary at the heart of "Next Fall," Geoffrey Nauffts' compassionate exploration of faith that has made a smooth transfer from off-Broadway to the big time of Broadway's Helen Hayes Theatre.

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  • NEW YORK POST REVIEW OF Next Fall

    'Fall' guys worth watching

    Elisabeth Vincentelli

    March 12, 2010: Geoffrey Nauffts' play "Next Fall" cov ers at least two of this spring's theater trends: It centers on gay men, and it uses a jumbled timeline to tell the story.

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  • USA TODAY REVIEW OF Next Fall

    'Next Fall' shows feeling -- the feeling of familiarity

    March 11, 2010: If a generous spirit and the courage of one's convictions were all it took to craft a great play, then Next Fall (**½ out of four) would be Pulitzer Prize material.

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  • TALKIN' BROADWAY REVIEW OF Next Fall

    Next Fall Review

    March 11, 2010: There’s nothing wrong with a writer trying to pass off a polemical screed as a play. But one would hope that author would deploy construction and craft in sufficient quantities not to undermine his stated intention - even if it’s radically different from the unspoken one. Alas, this is in no way the case with Geoffrey Nauffts’s Next Fall, which just opened at the Helen Hayes after a much-extended run Off-Broadway last spring. It’s driven by two volatile agendas, the more unsettling of which is to convince you it has no agenda at all.

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  • NEWSDAY REVIEW OF Next Fall

    'Next Fall': A love story that requires faith

    March 11, 2010: 'Next Fall" is a love story about belief. I'm afraid I am not a believer - not in the love story or in the play. Geoffrey Nauffts' drama, which has leaped to Broadway after a well-received run Off-Broadway last summer, has been embraced by its admirers as a thoughtful and sensitive exploration of a five-year relationship between two gay men of differing faiths in New York.

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