Next Fall: 2010 Tony-Nominated Best Play Examines Love and Faith
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The last date listed for Next Fall was Sunday October 9, 2011 / 3:00pm.
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I thought the Speakeasy's production of Next Fall was terrific. Everything from the set, costumes and especially the acting was top notch. I also felt the play was well written and was excuted wonderfully. I always enjoy the production values...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“The funniest heartbreaker in town.” —The New York Times
“Deeply moving and surprisingly funny.” —Hollywood Reporter
By Geoffrey Nauffts
Directed by Scott Edmiston
A 2010 Tony nominee for Best Play, _Next Fall _takes a witty and provocative look at faith, commitment, and unconditional love. Luke, a devout Christian, and Adam, a non-believer, have been together for four years; yet spiritual differences continue to spark trouble in their relationship. A sudden twist of fate, however, changes everything for these men in this compelling new play that looks at what it means to believe and what it might cost us not to.
Cast: Amelia Broome, Kevin Kaine, Deb Martin, Will McGarrahan, Dan Roach, Robert Walsh
About the Ticket Supplier: SpeakEasy StageOver the past nineteen seasons, SpeakEasy Stage Company has distinguished itself as Boston's premier theater staging Boston premieres. Year after year, SpeakEasy has won acclaim for presenting top-quality productions of vital, cutting-edge plays.
Recently, SpeakEasy was singled out by Variety, the entertainment newspaper, as a force in regional theater and a champion of small, often overlooked musicals.