The New Group presents 'The Sensuality Party,' a new play about a group of college students whose lives are changed by a night of sexual experimentation. More…
Brought to life in common rooms and student unions at college campuses across all five boroughs of New York City, 'The Sensuality Party' depicts six college students–three women and three men–who reflect on an afternoon of group sex they shared during their first semester, and how what began as a rather casual experiment went suddenly and horribly wrong. As they internalize and even fetishize this event, they battle their own disaffection and disconnection from the wider world. Playwright Justin Kuritzkes offers an incisive look at his own post-9/11 generation’s consciousness.
See it if You'll enjoy hearing monologues with sexual intensity, sitting around in a circle and having close eye contact with the actors.
Don't see it if You'll be offended at hearing the "F" word about 200 times; or if your mind will start to wander as it's 1 hour 40 minutes long
See it if You want to experience a riveting performance discussing the dangers of our culture's numbness to tragedy and pain
Don't see it if You don't want an intimate experience with the actors or feel uncomfortable listening to graphic depictions of sexual acts
See it if you need more proof that we HAVE to change the narrative about rape.
Don't see it if you have been sexually assaulted. You don't need to spend 90 min letting a 20-something man tell you how you'll never get over it.