START THE BUZZ. This play gets people talking. From the NY Post to NPR to TimeOut New York, to the audiences that packed its world premiere Off-Broadway at FringeNYC 2014, this story sparks a lot of conversations.
Bedroom Secrets deals with sexuality today in a way that is honest, sometimes brutal, sometimes hilarious. Internet Porn Addiction, Bi-Curiosity, Promiscuity or Monogamy in a world of Match.com and Tinder, the playwrights are not afraid to talk about what’s really happening among the sexes when it comes to relationships and dating. We meet our protagonist “Robin”, a therapist whose private life is revealed, along with those of her patient’s.
In recognizing co-author Judy Heath’s real life experience as a psychotherapist, Theatre is Easy wrote: “Anyone who has spent any time on a therapist’s couch can see that these sessions bear a greater resemblance to the real thing than the typical dramatizations of fictional therapy.” See Review
This two-hander is easy to produce and provides a tour-de-force opportunity for both performers and audiences. Think: 5 Patients + 1 Therapist = 2 Actors.
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TimeOut New York:
“A touching and charming comedic drama… 4 STARS!”
New York Post:
“One of the Top 5 shows at NY Fringe.”
NY Theater Now:
“A warm and funny play that tackles some of today’s sexual issues.”
One of the “Top 10 shows that stand out at the Fringe” (from Ken Davenport, Tony-Award Winning Producer of Kinky Boots.)
“Despite the heft of the subject, the play isn’t a downer. In fact, it’s hilariously funny and even uplifting at times.”
Theatre is Easy:
“This play, focusing on a psychotherapist aiding her troubled clients, is both humorous and dramatically compelling thanks to a strong performance from Stephen Wallem and a clever script.”