Part of FringeNYC: Joey: A gifted contemporary dancer whose secret fuels his addiction. Rita: The transgendered therapist whose counsel may save his life. Svetlana: The artistic director who employs him despite better judgment. Three diverse lives brush against darkness to find the light. More…
Categories: Dance / Physical Theatre, Drama, Local. Written by Jon Spano. Directed by Jon Spano. Choreographed by Jon Spano.
FROM THE ARTIST:
Joey: A gifted contemporary dancer whose secret fuels his addiction. Rita: The transgendered therapist whose counsel may save his life. Svetlana: The artistic director who employs him despite better judgment. Three diverse lives brush against darkness to find the light.
See it if want to experience a tale enhanced by movement with excellent performances from Matthew Hardy, Bianca Leigh & Julie Hays
Don't see it if don't care for dance, transexuals or a Russian dialect
See it if you're interested in lives of dancers, solid performance by a transgender artist, want to see a good but not remarkable play.
Don't see it if you expect something special - the performances and the script here are just fine but I doubt it'll be something I remember in a year...
See it if you like original structure, three-dimensional humanity, stories that tell of triumph over adversity, inspirational stories of empathy
Don't see it if you're a robot and have no understanding of how well-told tales are told effectively and simply.
See it if You are interested in seeing a well-portrayed trans character and enjoy contemporary dance.
Don't see it if You are avoiding triggers involving LGBTQ violence.
See it if you're confused about trans people. A beautiful character, Rita will help your transformation.
Don't see it if you have no affinity for dance, dancers, therapy, or the desire to transform and change.
See it if you enjoy dance, experimental theater, multimedia, artistic journeys, stories of overcoming great obstacles in life, the creative life.
Don't see it if you like traditional plot driven stories told in conventional manners, or if you don't like plays that take chances