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"Next Fall"
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4.1 average rating
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13 reviews
2 stars
attended Mar 14 2013

Acting was excellent. Only criticism is about the play writing, specifically the main character Adam, with whom I had some difficulty caring about.

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attended Apr 04 2013

Well written, beautifully acted!

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attended Mar 16 2013

Fantastic performance! I laughed and cried. I truly enjoyed every aspect of this performance. The acting was top notch, and the subject matter thought provoking. I haven't seen a play this good in several years.

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Next Fall is playwright Geoffrey Nauffts’ first theatrical play, after several years of acting, directing and writing for theatre, film and television. A writer for the long-running ABC hit series, Brothers and Sisters, Nauffts is currently collaborating with Elton John on a score for Showstopper, a screenplay written for Ben Stiller’s production company. 

The ArtsWest cast includes Christopher Zinovitch (Adam), David Elwyn Traylor (Luke), Kate Witt (Holly), John Wray (Butch), Patricia Haines-Ainsworth (Arlene), Daniel Stoltenberg (Brandon). 

Next Fall is a perfect show for a venue such as ArtsWest,” notes Artistic Director Christopher Zinovitch. “This is a very personal, tight-focus play, and the intimacy of our performance space will create an intense emotional experience for the audience. Silences will be deafening, the tension electric.”