Next Fall Off-Broadway OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
June 4, 2009
Closing:
July 5, 2009

Theater: Peter Jay Sharp / 416 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

Naked Angels presents the world premiere of Geoffrey Nauffts' new play Next Fall (formerly titled The Gospel According To Adam), directed by Sheryl Kaller. The play is the winner of the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation's 2008 Theatre Visions Fund award.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Next Fall Off-Broadway

    Love With a Proper Atheist and Other Leaps of Faith

    Ben Brantley

    June 4, 2009: "It’s easy to mistake Geoffrey Naufft’s “Next Fall” for being slighter than it is. Much of this artful, thoughtful and very moving story of a gay couple agonizing over differences in their religious faiths proceeds with the stinging breeziness of a cosmopolitan comedy."

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  • THEATERMANIA REVIEW OF Next Fall Off-Broadway

    Next Fall Off-Broadway

    Patrick Lee

    June 4, 2009: A gay man being forced to deal with the homophobic parents of his devoutly Christian partner is the subject of Geoffrey Naufft's Next Fall, currently being presented by Naked Angels at Playwrights Horizon's Peter Jay Sharp Theater under Sheryl Kaller's direction. Despite some emotionally potent moments in its second act, the play's effectiveness is limited by its tendency toward superficial, sitcom-ready dialogue and not especially convincing situations.

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Next Fall Off-Broadway

    Next Fall Off-Broadway

    Marilyn Stasio

    June 3, 2009: With its romantic story of two gay lovers whose idyllic relationship is threatened by one partner's atheism and the other's imminent death, "Next Fall" keeps threatening to fall into TV-weeper territory. But every time Geoffrey Nauffts' bittersweet drama heads for that slippery slope, scribe pulls it right back with some painful illustration of the social constraints and political injustices that can drive even the most loving couples apart. Provided they can count on mounting a production as slickly professional as the one helmed here by Sheryl Kaller for Naked Angels, gay-friendly venues should put this one on the repertory.

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  • TIME OUT NEW YORK REVIEW OF Next Fall Off-Broadway

    Next Fall Off-Broadway

    Time Out New York

    June 11, 2009: The summer is not usually a great time to catch a play: After a frantic rush to the season’s finish line in early May, Broadway and Off Broadway tend to collapse into prolonged estivation. Happily, there are exceptions to this doziness. You needn’t wait until the coming autumn, for example, to catch Next Fall, Geoffrey Nauffts’s funny, romantic, truthful and heartbreaking new drama. You really needn’t wait at all, in fact: This beautifully shaped piece, produced by Naked Angels, should ideally be seen right away.

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  • NY DAILY NEWS REVIEW OF Next Fall Off-Broadway

    Off Broadway's troubled glory: 'The Temperamentals' and 'Next Fall'

    Joe Dziemianowicz

    June 26, 2009: "Next Fall," presented by the Naked Angels and written by its artistic director, Geoffrey Nauffts, tracks a contemporary love story between buff young Luke (Patrick Heusinger) and the less buff and young Adam (Patrick Breen), whose differences go beyond abs and age.

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