Come on a surprising journey with three families in a well-manicured, multi-racial American town.
When secrets and sexual desires suddenly explode, pleasant neighborly relations take same shocking and transformative turns. Following his recent premieres, Burning (The New Group, 2011) and Job, Thomas Bradshaw is back with a boisterous and revealing comedy about race, sex and intimacy.
Directed by Scott Elliott, Intimacy explicitly explores on stage what goes on behind closed doors, between the sheets, and sometimes even... in front of the camera.
“More than any American dramatist working today, Mr. Bradshaw walks – no, make that tramples – the lines that divide the good, the bad and the plug-ugly, both in art and in life. He aspires to amuse, shock, disgust, enlighten and titillate you all at the same time.” Ben Brantley, New York Times