Conversations After Sex
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Conversations After Sex

Conversations After Sex NYC Reviews and Tickets

(13 Reviews)
Members say
Absorbing, Ambitious, Intimate, Confusing, Great acting

About the Show

A bold new work about intimacy and connections between strangers.

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Member Reviews (13)

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489 Reviews | 57 Followers
Edgy, Great acting

See it if well acted essentially at two-hander. short scenes but an overall play.

Don't see it if like big plays with lots of characters and lots of action. this is very intimate.

427 Reviews | 77 Followers
Some might struggle to follow, Graphic sexual language and nudity, 85 minutes no intermish, Good, heartfelt acting, Many short scenes in one woman's life

See it if Like plays about relationships, sexuality, self-esteem. Enjoy small casts and good, solid acting.

Don't see it if Are offended by nudity or frank talk about sex. Need traditional storylines. Read more

358 Reviews | 70 Followers
Deep, Intimate, Well-written

See it if you like plays that only seem simple, exploring an emotional unravelling following a personal tragedy, unfolding over short post-sex scenes

Don't see it if you can't deal with adult themes of sexual situations, nudity, drugs and suicide, or get confused easily (same actor plays all male roles).

277 Reviews | 22 Followers

See it if You like character studies. You like plays about how humans will voids in their lives.

Don't see it if You don’t like small plays with few characters. You don’t like like depictions of causal sex. Read more

250 Reviews | 35 Followers
Confusing, Intelligent, Great acting, Great staging, Absorbing

See it if you enjoy good acting, simple set, small cast & don't mind trying to figure out exactly what's happening

Don't see it if you're offended by full nudity, topics of sex, drugs and personal tragedies. Read more

147 Reviews | 39 Followers
Emotionally raw, Intimate, Intense, Great writing, Absorbing

See it if A woman uses sex as a salve in a series of sexual encounters. Focus on the after sex talk, slowly & ultimately revealing underlying grief.

Don't see it if disturbed by full nudity on stage, sex talk, talk about suicide. Confusing when some male partners reappear as all are played by same actor. Read more

150 Reviews | 8 Followers
Ambitious, Absorbing

See it if I mean the title tells you all you need to know :)

Don't see it if Nudity and frank talk about sex makes you uneasy. Read more

139 Reviews | 16 Followers
Challenging, Great acting, Great writing, Absorbing, Emotional

See it if To experience a drama of a young emotionally challenged women deal with her life through a series of sex encounters and talk afterwards.

Don't see it if If you don’t like shows dealing with sexual themes, have foul language, brief full nudity and drugs.

Critic Reviews (3)

Lighting & Sound America
February 27th, 2023

" 'Conversations After Sex' casts a neutral eye on its lead character's possibly pleasurable, if largely joyless, grapplings, but it finds plenty of comedy in them as well as a pervasive sorrow. It ends with the most tentative of embraces, something we haven't seen previously"
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February 28th, 2023

A bigger question which might come to mind is why does a person choose an anonymous “quickie” over getting to know someone first? Are they looking for validation, or avoiding fears of loneliness, commitment, or rejection? Are they wearing anonymity like armor? Such thoughts come to mind as Mark O’Halloran’s swift and engaging play “Conversations After Sex” unfolds, a collection of scenes in which the unnamed character of “She” (played by Kate Stanley Brennan) engages in post-coital dialogues with several different men she has met on-line, in bars or in passing (all portrayed by Fionn Ó Loingsigh).
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Off Off Online
March 5th, 2023

“Staged with simplicity and power by Tom Creed, O’Halloran’s play is thought-provoking, sad, and thoroughly engaging...both actors have so thoroughly embodied their characters that one can only wish them the best.”
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