A devised theater piece inspired by true events, "Exposed" tells the story of Lauren, a college freshman who chooses to do adult films to pay for her tuition. More…
When Lauren's secret is discovered she is bombarded with harassment from fellow students, social media and talk show hosts. She defends all of these criticisms with grace and intelligence, but are the consequences worth it?
See it if you'd like a tale of co-ed paying for tuition thru porn. Insightful study of porn pros/cons. Well-acted in sm theater. Some heavy material.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable w nudity/simulated sex. Ultimately negative view of porn industry/high cost of college/hypocrisy of porn consumers.
See it if You want to see one of the best shows I’ve ever seen dealing with porn/sexuality. Funny and honest. Well written/acted/directed/staged.
Don't see it if I would say if porn truly upsets you maybe this show’s not for you but if you can go in with an open mind maybe it is exactly what you need.
See it if One of the best shows i have seen this year. Well Witten, directed acted. Makes you see both sides, all sides of porn.
Don't see it if If you dont want a play that deals wi th porn.
See it if “You are a contradiction,” the director tells freaky feminist Lauren. Sadly, L's sexual openness also brings societal shame. Terrific acting
Don't see it if You don’t want to be tittilated and challenged at the same time. Thrills, greed, naivete, friendship, betrayal & disillusionment.
See it if Acting great.Sarah Raimondi an edge above. Tough topic to handle so well. Nice intimate space. Hope it ends up elsewhere. Thought provoking
Don't see it if Not for everyone. One needs an open mind. Sad ........................................... more. audience great
See it if you'd like a presentation of how a porn career, freely entered, might prove a trap eventually anyway.
Don't see it if simulated sex acts, even when framed, endistanced & mostly clothed, makes you uncomfortable.
See it if you want a real to life story and characters brilliantly played by young actors, two playing multiple parts with finesse - lots of potential
Don't see it if you are bothered by honest portrayals of sex and the pornography business and the consequences for young participants. Small production.
See it if you are impressed with ensemble performances where a few actors move smoothly between multiple characters. This is beautifully done.
Don't see it if you are revolted or triggered by porn films. I found plot predictable and the main character's choices disappointing.
See it if You like small plays that show lots of effort.on the parts of the actors who play multiple roles.
Don't see it if If you don’t like stories that have to do with sex and have brief nudity.
See it if You are intetested in the true story, like porn or have open views about secuality and feminism.
Don't see it if You are offended by open talk and expressions of sexuality and do not care to examine porn as a feminist issue.
See it if you are interested in learning why some young women turn to acting in porn and the effect this has on their lives.
Don't see it if you want to learn something new. Although well done and entertaining this play has no surprises, ends as expected.
See it if you want to see (despite the simulated sex scenes) a PG-13 look at the porn industry. Great direction and acting, but a limited protagonist
Don't see it if you don't want a protagonist who justifies her addiction as "liberating"
See it if you want to see a true story brought to life by three talented actors. The play moves right along, holding the audience's interest.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with frank discussions (and enactments) of sexual activities.
See it if You want to see courageous, timely work by an ensemble exploring the price of one woman's sexual independence & ownership of her body.
Don't see it if You can't deal with explicit sexual themes, or expect more physically explicit porn in this honest look at the effects of that industry.
See it if You're interested in the story of a young woman who decides to join the porn industry. Good acting except for the caricatured parents.
Don't see it if You don't want to see simulated sex acts or aren't interested in the story. But it's quite well written and engaging.
See it if Excellent production, thoughtful, tasteful rendering of taboo subject. Acting Superlative.
Don't see it if Pornography is a touchy topic, and this is a multidimensional portrayal of someone involved in the industry.
See it if to support community venues, & support women. Great show, minimal set, but amazing delivery by cast. Powerful theme & acting.
Don't see it if You are a prude about porn, don't support small venue theater, are mysogynistic.
See it if you want to experience theatre that pushes the envelope, foregoing commercialism for frank storytelling.
Don't see it if you dislike nudity, course subject matter or small, intimate productions without bells and whistles
See it if You are interested in sexuality, novel ways of storytelling, and thinking about female empowerment as it relates to sex.
Don't see it if You are offended by frank discussions about sex and pornography. You want to see traditional theater.
See it if You would like to see a play about a small town girl goes to college, and pays tuition through acting in online adult entertainment site
Don't see it if You are offended by nudity, sensual clothing, sexual referrals, sex scene, pornoghraphy, etc.
See it if you want a well acted, well written portrayal of a familiar story; an excellent look into the mind of the real life woman who made this cho
Don't see it if you can't handle simulated sex scenes, 'bad' language or brief nudity
See it if You like porn, character studies, discussion of sexuality and social pressure and stigma. A play that takes on an important taboo
Don't see it if You want supporting characters to have time to develop. You want a strong plot arc or a clear take home. You mind raunchiness.