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NEXT FALL BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: March 11, 2010
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.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"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."
"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."
"'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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