Part of FringeNYC: Roadkill is a devised play about one girl's sexuality as told through the stories of four people who know her intimately. Come see it for comedy, memories and to find out why Lindsey McPherson is a slut. More…
Categories: Drama, Comedy, National. From Bref. Written by Leah Sarbib. Directed by Tosca Giustini.
"The most impressive part of this piece is how entirely organic it feels. What could be lengthy, academic discussions of feminist theory are successfully conveyed in short, insightful observations...'Roadkill' succeeds at questioning one of the most pervasive issues women deal with, all without uttering the word 'feminist.' You don’t need to have a degree in Gender Studies to get something out of this entertaining hour." Full Review
"An incisive and funny exploration of lust, commitment, double standards and the mutability of desire, seen through the prism of one young woman. Smartly directed by Tosca Giustini, whose strong cast has a standout in Chelsea Melone, the play fizzles toward its too-abrupt end, but until then it’s an exciting ride. This is the kind of show I’m always glad to see, especially at the Fringe — introducing me to a voice I’ve never heard before but hope to hear again." Full Review
See it if you want to remember what it was like growing up... there's some really, really great moments in here.
Don't see it if young people drive you nuts and just thinking about what it was like for you makes you want to crawl under a rock.
See it if You have any interest in gender/sexuality/sex or anything relevant to being alive and a member of a productive/progressive society!
Don't see it if I really think anybody/any age group can benefit from and enjoy this show!
See it if You are interested in having a glimpse into how sexuality has evolved and what it means for young adults today.
Don't see it if you do not want to know how sex is evolving