After Paints a Moving Portrait of Lost Youth
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The last date listed for After was Sunday November 4, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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From the pen of one of Britain's most provocative playwrights, Mike Bartlett, Cock is an exploration of attraction, ambivalence and commitment -- with a modern twist. When John takes a break from his longtime boyfriend, he surprisingly finds love in the arms of a woman. Trapped between two lovers, neither of whom is ready to give up the fight, John must navigate tricky emotional waters. Caught in a complicated, contemporary love triangle, which "alternative lifestyle" will John ultimately choose? Cock was the recipient of the 2010 Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre, and is making its Midwest premiere under the direction of Darrell W. Cox. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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Thought-provoking, effective, personal. Really cared about the characters. And how about those two guys doing the quick changes? They put a very professional finish on an already crisp, clear (yet sometimes uncomfortable - due to the subject matter/situations) production. Bottom line: the script itself is high-caliber. Well worth a look.
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“Chad Beckim’s moving, thoughtful, strongly acted, 90-minute drama is now in its Midwest premiere at Profiles Theatre under the finely tuned direction of Matt Hawkins. Salome Martinez is so believable and compelling, Stephanie Park is fascinating and funny and Gabriel Ruiz is subtle and charming…" -Chicago Sun-Times (highly recommended)
“This ninety-minute pressure cooker is sure to move audiences. Director Matt Hawkins’ cast appears to have spent a lot of time with these characters, resulting in a strong sense of emotional authenticity.” -New City
“Chad Beckham’s play After is a well researched, fascinating, carefully crafted piece of theater and he masterfully weaves in and out of this emotional pathos as we are introduced to characters that test Monty’s resolve.” —Showbiz Chicago