Spin Cycle presents the US premiere of this underground hit about Tyler, a twenty-four-year-old who sells his body on a nightly basis. This intimate, immersive production will be performed for an audience of 10. More…
On a regular working night, things are about to spiral out of control leaving Tyler questioning whether living in the city is really worth the price of rent. Audiences are invited to join Tyler at Tyler’s Basement in Bushwick, Brooklyn for this dark and humorous look at sex, violence, and city living.
See it if If you want to see a show about a 24 year old living in the city and his recollection of his life in the city.
Don't see it if Intimate setting, if drugs, gay sex and sexual content bother you
See it if u don't mind spending an intimate 75 min w/a rent boy recounting his colorful life in the business w/o whitewashing any of the racy details.
Don't see it if ur squeamish about frank descriptions of (gay) sexual encounters, drug use, and violence; u may be uncomfortable in very intimate settings.
See it if you'd enjoy listening to a good story by one actor about a rent boy who is making it work in NYC - the ups and downs and how it affects him.
Don't see it if you would be uncomfortable in a very intimate setting whee you are on the "stage" and likely become part of the action in a harmless way.
See it if Niche. Immersive monologue in the studio bedroom of a rent boy with endless need to share (more than just skin). Quick intimacy is assured.
Don't see it if What brought him to this point? Brooklyn. Small, intimate group. Solo. The low regard the character has for his tricks is revealing.
See it if Wish for in-your-face theater. Done well for what it is.
Don't see it if Very small space and subject may make some uncomfortable. Thought it was only 75 minutes long it seemed a bit repetitious.
See it if You like an EXTREMELY intimate and immersive setting. 7 audience members were present- maximum seating for 10. LGBT! There is some nudity &
Don't see it if Graphic language. Overall, I liked it and I usually don't do solo shows. There are alternating actors- I got the night with Brendan George.
See it if You want to see a very charismatic & captivating man (the love child of Margot Robbie/Chris O’Donnell) share the ups/downs of rent boy life.
Don't see it if You want to feel trapped in your overly dramatic friend’s apt while they have an emotional breakdown and you have no chance to speak back.
See it if If you like brief nudity and a good looking actor
Don't see it if You’re uncomfortable in stranger environments. You’re uncomfortable with a raunchy story
See it if i loved the use of space and that it was immersive and i admired the actor's performance
Don't see it if the story itself wasn't the best and it could've taken it there even more
See it if you want an intimate setting for this intriguing story, it's offensive but the story is captivating - fantastic acting if nothing else
Don't see it if you want traditional theater, or if the subject matter offends (it's kind of the point to offend and be incredibly brash about it)
See it if you want to experience a most intimate, up close & personal, participative theater w/ a gay theme and some nudity...in a fun "home setting".
Don't see it if you want typical theater in form, venue, crowd size (as audience is less than 10), big cast (solo show) & non lgbt theme. It is avant garde.
See it if As intimate as you can get-literally. It’s hard not to be invested in the story when you are sitting so close to the scene.
Don't see it if I couldn’t figure out if we, the audience, should have responded more to the interactions, which left us all awkwardly smiling and nodding
See it if you want a truly Unique theatrical experience.
Don't see it if you dislike Dark subject matter. It s a about gay male hustler presented in an intimate venue to an audience of more then 10 patrons at time
See it if you want an unconventional theatre experience. Super cool space, detail designed. Young, fun devoted performer telling interesting story.
Don't see it if you want a terrific script, fantastic story, aren't comfortable as 10% or more of an audience, or aren't up for sexual content.
See it if Immersive, gay sex themed theatre is of interest to you. The small audience is in the locale and sokllpoken to and touched by the actor.
Don't see it if Male nudity and gay sexual situations are presented or described. If you want to get lost in the darkness of the audience, skip this.
See it if You are interested in life in the gay underground. You are interested in seeing how people cope with guilt and objectification
Don't see it if You dislike sexually explicit although simulated acting. You dislike monologues and stories told in a non linear way
See it if you love immersive theater. With only 10 audience members in a small room in a basement, you better be prepared to participate.
Don't see it if don’t like intimate settings, interactions with actors, active participation, brief nudity, LGBT concerns.
See it if you're a fan of very intimate theater, great acting, smart scripts and thought-provoking subject matter.
Don't see it if if you have issues with nudity (or near nudity), close quarters, gay themes and some dark subject matter.
See it if you want to see a mesmerizing and engrossing one man show that deals with the ramification of a series of events while hustling.
Don't see it if you are adverse to gay theme plays, and descriptions of sex and violence.
See it if you would enjoy an immersive show about a rentboy caught up in actions seemingly beyond his control
Don't see it if you are offended about depictions of kinky sex, are squeamish about being touched (you can opt out of that)
See it if You enjoy looking at a beautiful boy in his white briefs and very brief nudity. If you like a really unique theater experience.
Don't see it if You don’t like intimate theater experience and don’t see it you are expecting a fun naughty evening.
See it if you want something intimate, experimental, and like a slice-of-life character study.
Don't see it if you want a lot of nudity or sexual heat. The show is a bit of tease with all of its salacious promises.
See it if you like an intimate story of one man questioning the choices he has made in his life
Don't see it if you would be uncomfortable with becoming part of the action, on stage, but in a harmless way