Inanimate OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • NY TIMES

  • Opening Night:
    August 30, 2017
    Closing:
    September 24, 2017

    Theater: The Flea Theater / 20 Thomas Street, New York, NY, 10007

    Synopsis: 

    Erica, shy and more than a little socially awkward, is in love with Dee. The problem is that her politician sister, her only and equally awkward new friend, and the nosy residents of their small town in Massachusetts don’t understand at all, because Dee… well, Dee is a Dairy Queen sign. Inanimate is a play that explores objectum sexuality, feeling like an outsider, listening to your heart and finally, finding your tribe

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Inanimate

    Review: In ‘Inanimate,’ a Forbidden Love Dares to Speak Its Name

    Ben Brantley

    August 31, 2017:

    Chances are that you have had a friend who fell in love with someone you felt was, to put it kindly, unsuitable. Yet the more you listened to your friend talk, the more you saw this object of adoration through her eyes. And maybe you came not only to understand the attraction but even almost to share it.

    Such is the experience of listening to Erica, the enraptured heroine of Nick Robideau’s “Inanimate,” the sly and very likable comedy that inaugurates the Flea Theater’s smart new digs on Thomas Street in TriBeCa, where it opened on Wednesday night. Portrayed with radiant discomfort by Lacy Allen, the 30-year-old Erica has for the first time found true romance, and – yes, yes, oh yes — she never knew it could be like this.

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